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Fertility Grant Opportunities

May 29, 2017
Katie Visco

Infertility can be an expensive journey for any couple who is having difficulty trying to conceive. With many treatments in many states not covered by insurance, it is not uncommon for couples to finance their fertility treatments in a variety of ways. One option to help cover the costs of your fertility treatments are the variety of grant options provided by a number of local and national organizations. For example, the Kevin J. Lederer Life Foundation, from Chicago, Illinois, recently announced their new financial assistance program, 2017 Life Grant Applications. This grant, like many others will help cover some of the costs of fertility treatments or even adoption services. Read more about this grant opportunity, and others on the Chicago Tribune.


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