There are lots of different ways to get involved with our campaigning work. Too many people do not have access to high-quality care, services, and support – from diagnosis and flares to employment and benefits. We won’t stop campaigning until this changes and, with your voice, change can happen sooner.
Whatever issues matter the most to you or whatever way you want to get involved – there are lots of different ways to get involved with our campaigning community.
Join our campaigns network
Just fill out our short form below and you’ll be the first to know about new petitions and campaigns and hear about how your campaigning is making a difference.
Ask for workplace inclusivity
We want as many organisations as possible to sign up to our Are You IN? programme that will help improve the workplace for people living with Crohn’s and Colitis and other conditions. You can sign up or request more information today - taking part is completely free.
By sharing your experiences, either as someone living with Crohn’s or Colitis or supporting someone with the conditions you can highlight the key issues facing people with Crohn’s and Colitis. We’ve produced a short guide on how to approach local press or / and you can share your story with us and use it to inform our work or potentially include your story to bring specific issues to life.
We know it can be difficult to live with, or support someone living with these conditions. But you’re not alone. We provide up-to-date, evidence-based information and can support you to live well with Crohn’s or Colitis.
Our helpline team can help by:
Providing information about Crohn’s and Colitis.
Listening and talking through your situation.
Helping you to find support from others in the Crohn’s and Colitis community.
Signposting you to specialist organisations.
Please be aware we’re not medically or legally trained. We cannot provide detailed financial or benefits advice or specialist emotional support.
Please contact us via telephone, email or LiveChat - 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (except English bank holidays).