Financing & Grants
While the list below isn't a comprehensive index of all financial resources, it's a solid beginning for your research.
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Many grants require the couple to use the grants given within 12 months of the date awarded. Keep this in mind when planning treatments with these grant monies.
Footsteps for Fertility Foundation
Holds annual 5K races in conjunction with grant giveaways via
blind lottery drawing in Utah as well as Idaho and Texas. They often give away full IVF cycles if
donated by local clinics as well as $5k grants that can be applied towards infertility treatments.
How many grants are given away depends on how much money the Foundation takes in for and
leading up to each race.
Hope for Fertility
The Hope for Fertility Foundation offers grants to couples all across the United States who are struggling with infertility. We offer financial assistance towards infertility treatments or adoption.
Bundled Blessings Foundation
Awards grants to couples needing IVF, FET, or IUI or assistance with adoption costs and surrogacy. They hold an annual dinner at which they give away grants in a
blind lottery drawing.
Cade Foundation Family Building Grant
Given once a year and offers up to $10,000 to be
applied towards infertility treatments and domestic adoption.
The International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination
Gives away a basic IVF cycle including monitoring and some other costs. They require you to become a member of their
foundation to apply.