Nationwide campaign to shine a light on the courage of the many people who live with bowel conditions

In the summer of 2017, with help from our supporters and some celeb friends, we launched I've Got Guts a national campaign to create awareness about the struggle that individuals with bowel conditions face daily. Alex Bowen, Amber Dowding, Olivia Buckland, Cara De La Hoyde, Nathan Massey, Nicola Hughes, Dan Edgar and Dr Ranj, signed on to help spread the word, as they understood the importance of our campaign.  

Tanya Coen IBD sufferer IGG supporter!

Removing the stigma which come with bowel disease, we hope to encourage individuals who suffer in silence to get checked, and in certain cases, this could be a life saver.

Tanya Cohen

The response from the public was really positive, with individuals contacting us via email and social media to commend the message and with many drawing parallels with the stories of living with a bowel condition and their own experiences.

Amber Dowding and Barry Edmondson rocking their t-shirts

Those that live with life-long conditions that affect their day to day lives are the bravest, most resilient people you will ever know

Barry Edmonson 

Along with creating awareness, the campaign also raised funds for research, with £5 from each sale supporting our cutting edge programmes into bowel cancer, IBD, IBS and other bowel problems. You can buy the t-shirts from our dedicated I've Got Guts store HERE.

If you have one please shout about it on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, #ivegotguts