What are IVF Grants?
Our IVF grants are funded through donations from private and corporate sponsors. The majority of our money has been raised through the kind generosity of individuals fundraising on our behalf.
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.
Typically our grants will be in the amount of £3,500 – £5,000. You must be able to cover rest of the cost of treatment.
Our IVF Grants are awarded to individuals who:
- Have a medical diagnosis of infertility
- Are able to demonstrate a financial need
- Have funds to cover the rest of the treatment if needed including medication costs
What demonstrates financial need?
- Combined income
- Individual Circumstances
As part of the application process we require further information about your financial circumstances.
We will take all information provided into consideration when deciding whether or not an applicant will receive a grant.
What can IVF Grant go towards:
- In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
- Frozen Embryo Transfers (FET)
- Surrogacy costs
IVF Grant funding does not cover medication costs or reversing or correcting other medical treatment you may have had.
We will accept applications up the age of 45. However this will depend on the treatment and the clinic.
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.
At least one of the applicants must be citizen of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. More information can be found in our frequently asked questions page here.
IVF Grant money must be used within 4 months.
Grant Application Process
- Complete all the required fields in the online application form.
- All applications will be reviewed by our trustees.
- During the application process we may request further information.
- Two weeks after the closing date you will be notified via email if you have been successful.
- We are unable to discuss the circumstances around why an individuals application was unsuccessful.