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Volunteer Opportunities

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Besides donating, there are many ways you can lend your support to this wonderful community. Whether you have just a little time or a lot, there are many ways to get involved.

Board of Directors

We're continually looking for Board Members with a connection to infertility, a commitment to the mission, and skills that can support UIRC's strategic goals and objectives. Our board is comprised of people with varying professional qualifications.


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We would love to collaborate with you for events supporting the infertility community! Please contact our Program & Events Manager, Auschel Felt to discuss upcoming opportunities.

​Advisory Board

This team consists of qualified individuals who provide strategic advice to UIRC . These individuals act as mentors, advisors, and consultants on an as-needed basis. To inquire about becoming an advisor to UIRC, contact our Executive Director.


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Lucky Socks Drive

Need some volunteer hours? Or just want to support an amazing community? We would love help in packaging these socks to make them ready to gift to those in our community who need a little extra luck and 'baby dust' in their journey! 

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Support Group Leaders

Our support groups throughout the state are led by volunteers who have struggled with infertility themselves and want to give back to this community. To inquire about becoming a support group leader contact our Support Group Coordinator.

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Brand Ambassadors

Are you passionate about sharing your infertility journey and helping others to do the same? Do your goals for advocacy and outreach align with our mission to provide education, support and awareness for this amazing community? If so, let's connect! 

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Guest Bloggers

We welcome guest bloggers to share their experiences and knowledge of infertility. To inquire about writing an article for our blog, click here.

Hear from our community

“I was desperate for some peace in my life after receiving information about my infertility. I could not talk about it without crying. It was so nice to talk with someone who understood what I was going through but also a professional who had gone through it themselves."

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