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A £65 application fee is required, and is considered a donation which may be tax deductible.  All application fees help fund the National Grant so we can continue to provide grants.

No, the application fee is non-refundable.

All application fees help fund the National Grant so we can continue to provide grants.

The application process closed on the 30th April 2020. 

The review period will take approximately 4 weeks. 

All applicants will be notified by email if they have been successful or un-successful in being awarded a grant.

Our first round of funding will be close on 30th April 2020.

Submitting an application does not guarantee that you will receive a grant. Once an application is submitted it will be reviewed by the Trustees who will determine if the application is accepted or rejected based.

Grants will be awarded based on a number of factors including personal, financial circumstances, type of treatment requested and amount of money required.

Grant money will be pay directly to the fertility clinic of the applicant. No monies will be directly distributed to grant recipient(s) or private parties.

If they need assistance in applying you can certainly help. 

All mony must be used within 12 months. Any funds remaining at the end of the twelfth month will be deposited back into the grant pool to be awarded in the future.

No. Grant money may only be used for subsequent infertility treatment or surrogacy and may not be used to pay for debt incurred through previous treatments.

Typically our grants will be in the amount of £3,000

The number of grants we can award and the amount of each grant will vary each year based on the amount of money that we raise in the prior year.

We will accept applications up the age of 50. However this will depend on the treatment and the clinic.

The grants are to anyone regardless of their race, gender, marital status or sexual orientation.