The Fertility Foundation

Fertility Grant Questions

  • In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
  • Frozen Embryo Transfers (FET)
  • Cost towards the medical treatment

Fertility medication and any addition testing is not covered.

You can use the grant at a fertility clinic of your choice.

Yes, you use your grant at any clinic in the UK or aborad.

IVF Grant funding does not cover medication costs

We do not cover reversing or correcting other medical treatment you may have had.

We do not cover just egg freezing.

Typically our grants are around £3,000.

Our grants may not even come close to the amount some treatment plans you require. Chances are that your treatment will incur expenses beyond what either type of grant provides. If you aren’t prepared to pay for the remainder, this grant may not be for you. Our outlook on the matter is to help as many families as we can to get a start and defray the expense for fertility treatments

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.

Grants can only be used for new treatment and not any treatment you’ve had pervasively.

You have 4 months to use the money before it is returned to IVF grant fund.

The HFEA is the UK governing body for all fertility clinics.

Due to the high number of applications we cannot give individual responses as to why your application was unsuccessful.

  • Our age limit is 42 years
I am sure you will agree that there are criminal convictions that would preclude individuals from receiving a grant such as offences again children, sexual offences, and certain violet crimes. As part of our due diligence and the assessment of an application, this involves considering the risk past offences could pose to young children.

Other questions

The Fertility Foundation was setup by husbands Tone and PJ who have been working in the IVF community since 2009.

We would love that!! Head over to our fundraising section to find out way you raise money.

We receive no government funding and have self funded our charity.

Actually, we have 2 shops.

We opened the very first fertility charity shop in Hoddesdon close to where we live and our second shop opens in 2024 in Waltham Cross.

Thanks to the kind donations strangers we have been able to continue to raise money to help people start a family.

We opened our first charity shop in Hoddesdon in 2021 and our second shop in Waltham Cross in August 2023.

Hoddesdon Shop

Waltham Cross Shop

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