Grants are an exciting option when trying to finance fertility. Find grants for fertility treatment and medication below

AGC Scholarship Foundation

AGC Scholarship Foundation is nonprofit group committed to providing both advocacy and financial support for those struggling with infertility in the United States. The AGC Hope Scholarship will give couples who do not have the financial resources to pay for infertility treatments the opportunity to fulfill their dream of becoming parents.

Eligibility: Patients must facing infertility within the United States.

Application Process: Applicants will be asked to complete a confidential application describing their infertility history, personal situation, and financial need. Application Deadline: Visit the organization’s website for details

The Angels of Hope Foundation

The Angels of Hope Foundation dispenses its Creating Miracles Grant to financially burdened couples in Illinois who need fertility treatments to conceive a child.

Eligibility: In order to be selected, applicants must be legally married residents who live within 24 miles of Morris, IL.

Applicants must have little or no insurance coverage and no children living in their home. Preference is given to couples early on in their fertility treatments who have likelihood for a successful outcome, as indicated by medical reports.

Application Process: Interested applicants must complete an application and include a letter from their doctor, a medical records release, and a financial statement.

Assisted Fertility Program

Assisted Fertility Program in Jacksonville offers $5,000 IVF (with ICSI plus storage, excludes medication) for households making under $50,000 per year.

BabyQuest Foundation

BabyQuest Foundation is a non-profit organization whose goal is to grant financial assistance to those who cannot afford infertility treatments such as IUI, IVF, egg donation, and surrogacy. Applications are accepted from heterosexual, same sex couples, and singles.

Eligibility:Applicants may reside anywhere in the United States. They must demonstrate financial need and submit required medical documentation. Applicants must demonstrate overall good physical and mental health, be under the age of 40, and meet the definition of infertility as deemed by the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. In addition, applicants need to show financial stability including basic health insurance for mother/prenatal care, adequate living arrangements and means for child support.

Application Process: Grants may be used at the recipient’s fertility clinic of choice in the U.S. Application Deadline: Visit the BabyQuest Foundation website.

CNY Fertility Clinic

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Dallas IVF

Dallas IVF offers a 50% IVF discount to patients demonstrating financial hardship. The program is relatively new and so we have little data on how many cycles are provided per year.

The Kyle and Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund

The Kyle & Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund is a monetary award for in-need families struggling with infertility. These funds will assist with the costs associated with infertility treatment through the REACH Clinic of Charlotte.

Eligibility: Applicants MUST have a diagnosis of infertility from the REACH Clinic of Charlotte. Applicants MUST be a legal permanent US resident in North Carolina. There are no other restrictions.,

Application Process: All applications may be obtained and submitted through the REACH Clinic of Charlotte after an initial consultation. REACH Clinic of Charlotte, 1524 E Morehead St, Charlotte, NC 28207, Phone: 704-343-3400 Website: NorthCarolinaFertility.com

The Cade Foundation

Since 2004, the Cade Foundation has helped couples by providing grants to those struggling with infertility. The grant provides up to $10,000 per funded family to help with costs of domestic adoption and medical fertility treatment. The number of applications funded as well as the amount of funding depends on the success of the Cade Foundation’s fundraising activities.

Eligibility: In order to be eligible, applicants must have documented infertility, be legal, permanent residents of the United States, and submit the grant application with the $50 processing fee.

Application Process: The two-part application must also include a detailed plan on how the applicants will contribute financially to their fertility treatments. Application Deadline: Visit the organization’s website for details

The Family Formation Charitable Trust

The American Academy of Adoption Attorney’s Family Formation Charitable Trust provides financial assistance to those individuals and nonprofit organizations seeking to build families through adoption and assisted reproductive technology. Grants will range from $500.00 to $2,000.00. Application submission deadlines are September 1 and March 1 of each year. The application process is open to individuals, or couples, seeking to build their family through adoption or assisted reproduction. At least one prospective parent in a relationship will be required to be a United States citizen. There is a $25 application fee, payable by check.

The Fertility Foundation of Texas

Fertility Foundation of Texas awards grants up to $12,000 (as funds permit) to Central Texas (Waco to San Antonio) residents that can be used toward fertility treatment through any SART clinic in the United States. Payments will be made directly to the provider on behalf of the patient.** Applications are reviewed twice a year (December and June). Applicants are asked to submit application with support documentation including a Signed Treating Physician form. Visit their website to learn qualifications and grant limitations.

Footsteps for Fertility Foundation

Grants through Footsteps for Fertility Foundation are either, $5,000 each or less grants depending on the cost of your required treatment or in kind donated services from Clinical Partners. There are two types of grant recipients.

1. Grants are awarded by random selection following a 5K-race event.

2. They also offer a National Application where applications are due by November 21st, 2015.

National Grants will be awarded by random selection and announced one week later via social media. All applicants will also be notified by email. Visit their website for details on qualifications and how you can register for 5K events.

Hasidah

Hasidah is the voice of hope and compassion that raises awareness of infertility, connects people to support resources, and reduces financial barriers to treatment in the Jewish community. We are currently providing financial assistance for IVF in Northern California and Ohio and are growing our grant and loan programs. Applications are accepted on a limited basis. Please see their website www.Hasidah.org or call 415.323.3226 for more information.

HRC offers

HRC offers a 40% IVF discount to active duty personnel and veterans. Locations that participate are: Oceanside, Laguna Hills, Newport Beach, Fullerton, Rancho Cucamonga, Pasadena, Encino, Westlake Village and West LA.

INCIID IVF Scholarships

Each year, the InterNational Council on Infertility Information Dissemination offers a national scholarship program designed to help couples who cannot afford IVF fertility treatments on their own. With this program, respected fertility clinics from across the United States donate their state-of-the art facilities and services to needy couples. The program covers most of the basic IVF costs.

Eligibility:Before couples can become eligible, they must register with the INCIID community and donate at an annual rate of $55 or more. Applicants must meet the criteria for infertility as defined by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and must demonstrate financial need. While some kind of medical coverage is preferable, it cannot cover IVF treatment.

Application Process: Each application is kept on file for two years. Those selected to receive the donated treatment partner with INCIID and have a small fundraising requirement. Scholarships are reviewed monthly. Deadlines are the last working day of each month.

JFCS Fertility Fund: A Gift From the Heart

Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia (JFCS) has a fund to help individuals and families who are confronted with infertility and the financial burden of fertility treatments that are not covered by insurance. To learn about the qualifications and how to apply call 866.JFCS.NOW or visit www.jfcsphilly.org/fertilityfund.

Journey to Parenthood

Journey to Parenthood helps couples and individuals dealing with infertility achieve their dreams of becoming parents by providing financial and emotional support along their journey, as well as to provide education and resources. Grants awarded are up to $10,000.

Eligibility: Applicants need to be a U.S. Citizen residing in the U.S. and must be treated by a Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Specialist (REI) in the United States. They must be able to demonstrate that they can provide a stable home environment for the child while demonstrating that there is a significant financial obstacles and need financial assistance with building their family.

Application Process:Go to their website for more information or to download and application.

Kevin J. Lederer Life Foundation

The Life Foundation is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote health and alleviate mental and physical distress of individuals and couples diagnosed with infertility through education and financial assistance grants. The foundation is offering Life Grants which can provide up to $10,000 to cover the cost of assisted reproductive technology, adoption, or third party reproduction.

Eligibility: Reside in Illinois, Indiana or Wisconsin. Applicants residing in Illinois, Indiana or Wisconsin must have a diagnosis of infertility certified by a medical provider, with the exception of applicants who are single, or part of a same sex couple

Application Process: Individuals seeking financial assistance are required to submit an application explaining the specifics of their situation and identifying their financial needs

Making Miracle

Making Miracle Babies provides interest free loans for up $18,000 to jewish families living in the Miami area.

Men Having Babies

Men Having Babies provides cash grants and in-kind grants to assuage the costs of IVF treatment, as well as egg donor and surrogacy costs. There are two distinct levels of support available to intending fathers globally.

New Hope Fertility

New Hope Fertility is giving away 30 free IVF cycles with entries accepted through May 1, 2017. Patients must be 43 or younger and have an indication for IVF

New York State Infertility Demonstration Program (New York DOH IVF grants)

New York created a series of grants to reduce the cost of fertility treatments. This program works with New York fertility clinics signed up for this program, to defray the costs off treatment. Depending on household income, patients receive a discount of 2.5% to 97.5% off their treatment costs. Patients apply through their participating clinic. Other requirements include patient’s must be a resident of New York, be between ages 21 – 44, have health insurance (not Medicare, etc.) and below a specific income threshold. For additional information contact visit their website, email: bwh@health.state.ny.us or call Phone: (518) 474-1911. Here is a list of clinics that participate in the program.

Parental Hope

Parental Hope is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to raising awareness about infertility, providing emotional support to those battling infertility through support groups and providing financial support to couples battling infertility through the Parental Hope Family Grant. To learn more about the qualifications and how to apply visit their website today. Application Deadline: Visit the organization’s website for details

Pay-It-Forward Foundation

The Pay-It-Forward Foundation helps couples in North Carolina who are struggling with infertility afford additional fertility treatments if past procedures have failed. This foundation helps couples who cannot afford treatments like IVF, donor egg IVF, and embryo adoption, military personnel who want to preserve fertility before deployment, or cancer patients who want to preserve fertility before treatments such as radiation or chemotherapy.

Eligibility: In order to be considered for a grant, couples must complete the application, write a detailed history about fertility issues, provide a letter from their doctor describing past fertility treatments, include proof of income with documentation, and allow the foundation to share their story with media personnel if they are selected.

Application Process: There are several opportunities to submit applications each year. Review of applications take place approximately six weeks after each application deadline.

RMA of New Jersey offers

RMA of New Jersey offers 40 - 50 fully covered IVF cycles (with PGS) per year to active military personnel stationed in New Jersey

Shady Grove Fertility

Shady Grove Fertility provides typically at least one IVF cycle grant per year in coordination with The Cade Foundation.

Sparkles of Life

Sparkles of Life, Inc., is a Texas-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families on their paths to parenthood, including educating and supporting women through the IVF process.

The Busch Foundation

The Busch Foundation provides IVF grants for NC state residents and only those who are being treated at REACH Fertility in Charlotte are eligible.

The organization’s Garden of Life Grant will help cover the costs of IVF for five couples each year.

Eligibility:The Garden of Life Grant is awarded to couples who demonstrate a documented need for fertility treatment.

The grant pays for 33% of the treatment exclusively to the Houston Fertility Institute. Grant recipients must show they can pay the remainder of associated medical costs (i.e. medications, post-treatment medical procedures, etc.).

Application Process: Each couple applying must submit the following materials: a completed application form, a statement of need (letter, no longer than 500 words, detailing your family building journey and explaining why you deserve to be awarded the Sparkles’ Garden of Life Grant; current financial records (submit your W2 form from the last two years to verify employment and income), and a $100 application fee.

Please know, there is usually an administrative fee for your application and be sure to read the fine print as there may be limitations on where you need to have your treatment or the grant may not cover all expenses.

Institute for Reproductive Health in Cincinnati, in associated with Parental Hope, provides one IVF cycle, and one transfer.

The Kevin J. Lederer Life Foundation offers

The Kevin J. Lederer Life Foundation offers IVF cycle grants or financial grants up to $10,000 for individuals or couples seeking treatment in IL and who live in IL, WI, IA, IN or MO.

Tennessee Reproductive Medicine offers 35% off of IVF treatment for a patient or spouse who is part of a military, police, sheriff, or firefighter unit.

University of Iowa offers

University of Iowa offers 50% discounts for veterans (with a DD214) on retrievals and transfers. U.S. cancer patients who earn under $100,000 per year are eligible for a 35% discount per retrieval. Patients with a family history of Huntington's Disease may be eligible for a free IVF cycle (first come, first serve).

Fertility Preservation Grants

Banking on the Future

Banking on the Future is a program within the nonprofit organization, Fertility Within Reach. They provide funds to cover the initial storage fees to preserve reproductive cells of cancer patients, prior to cancer treatment. They have negotiated a significant discounted rate for patients to pay in subsequent years. Banking on the Future serves individuals up to the age 21. Applications are available online, powered by DocuSign.

Fertile Action

Fertile Action’s Parenthood After Cancer Treatment (PACT) Grant provides financial support for female cancer survivors. It is not a cash award. It significantly reduces the cost of IVF, egg donation and surrogacy for cancer survivors through fertility specialists who have agreed to offer their services at a discount or donate their services to the grantee

Sharing Hope Financial Assistance Program

Financial assistance is available to couples in need of fertility preservation before undergoing treatment for cancer. They are a part of the Fertile Hope organization. They work with fertility clinics and companies to provide discounted treatment and medications. Eligible patients must make under $75k single/ $100k combined income, have an eligible cancer diagnosis and must not have already started fertility-reducing cancer treatments.

Verna’s Purse

The Verna’s Purse program provides significantly discounted long-term storage fees for qualified patients storing or transferring cryopreserved reproductive tissue specimens to one of ReproTech’s three facilities in Florida, Minnesota and Nevada. Applications are ongoing.

Fertility Medication Grant / Discount Program

IVF Greenlight

IVF Greenlight is a savings program offered by Ferring Pharmaceuticals Inc. Cash paying patients may apply for savings on human menopausal gonadotropin (hMG), follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), progesterone, and human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) products. Eligible patients will receive discounts on their products: 50% on BRAVELLE and 15% on MENOPUR, NOVAREL, and ENDOMETRIN. IVF Greenlight is available to all cash paying patients, irrespective of income. There are no financial criteria to qualify and no income verification documents to complete.

Compassionate Care

The Compassionate Care Program is offered by EMD Serono. Their patient assistance program is designed to provide savings on EMD Serono fertility medications. Patients who demonstrate financial need and have a valid prescription may qualify for 50% to 75% off the self-pay price of EMD Serono fertility medications or $10 off per unit after completing a mail-in rebate. Eligibility is based on qualifying annual household gross income and first-time participation in the program.For details and their enrollment form, please call 1-855-541-5926.

First Steps Program

This program is available to cash-paying patients who qualify based on income or hardship cases. Patients may receive to up to 75% off their prescription purchase price. Everyone who applies receives some level of discount: the greater the need, the larger the discount. This program assists with specific medications: Follstim, Ganirelix, and Pregynl. Patients can save 25%, 50% or 75% off the cash price at participating DesignRx pharmacies. Visit the website for additional details.

Clinics

Fertility clinics may work directly and have arranged a discounted rate for cash paying patients. Consult with your clinic and pharmacies.

Discounted Services for Active Duty Military and Veterans

Many fertility clinics are proud to support our active duty military and veterans by providing a special discount on fertility treatment. Ask your clinic if they offer such discount program and learn whether you qualify.

Compassionate Corps Program

The Compassionate Corps Program provides free fertility medication to those who are eligible. This includes: a retired member of the military or the spouse of one; a veteran or the spouse of a veteran who is: Infertile due to a service-related injury, not privately insured for infertility medications, medically retired, and have been diagnosed by a physician as infertile and requiring IVF*/ART. The medication is available to patients whose fertility clinic is participating in the program. You can access the application and learn more about the program on their website.