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.Donate Here
Mailing List For Updates
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 August 1-31.Apply Here
OUR IMPACTIn oct 2018 we welcomed Harper and Knox In Aug 2019 we welcomed Tommy Meet Tommy, our third Wish baby, born to Ashley and Kris in August 2019. He’s perfection. Since our inception, we’ve funded 13 families. Of those 13: 2 have given birth to healthy, beautiful Wish babies 3 are pregnant 2 had failed treatments but are still hopeful! 6 are still determining their protocol or are in the midst of their treatment Please continue to pray for successful pregnancies and healthy babies for our recipients! The Family Fertility Fund of Saskatchewan will provide grants to chosen applicants within the windows of March 1-31, July 1-31 and November 1-30.
Learn more about the causes of infertility for both men and women
The Five Best Ways to Support Someone’s Pregnancy After She’s MiscarriedSubmitted By: fff_admin • February 21, 2019
Miscarriages are never easy. Whether it’s a chemical miscarriage or a late miscarriage, the pain can be equal: it’s devastating and heartbreaking. Perinatal losses aren’t talked about as much as baby loss and it’s because we have this cultural narrative ingrained in us that says, “don’t announce your pregnancy until 12 weeks” and “miscarriages are quite common” (so therefore your ... READ MORE
Having a Baby as a Single MotherSubmitted By: Family Fertility Fund • September 26, 2018
“Never give up on something that you can’t go a day without thinking about” Winston Churchill For as long as I can remember, I had two dreams in life ~ to be a teacher and to be a mom. After completing 3 years of Bible School I was accepted to the Faculty of Education and completed my Middle Years Education Degree. Since then I’ve been a teacher and have always loved my ... READ MORE