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Family Fertility Fund of Saskatchewan

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WHO WE ARE

We are the first of its kind in Saskatchewan; a charity dedicated to raising funds to ease the financial burden for families building families.

We understand people. We understand finances. We understand infertility and the pain and grief that comes with it. What we don’t understand is the obscene cost of treatment and the lack of support available for families.

We’ve dedicated ourselves to this cause of raising the funds for families to pay for treatment who couldn’t afford it otherwise. No family should be childless because of money.

Our
Fundraising
Goal

We fundraise to award $5,000 grants, three times a year, so families can focus on their bodies, health and treatment and avoid the stress of the financial burden.

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Are You In
Need Of
Funds?

The Family Fertility Fund of Saskatchewan will provide grants to the chosen applicant(s) within the windows of January 1-31, May 1-31, and September 1-30.  

Learn more about the causes of infertility for both men and women

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