Paying for fertility treatments is expensive and so we've compiled the resevoirs of capital available to pay for care. We do not endorse any of these entities, we've only inspected a few of them thoroughly and as always, you must read the fine print.
The State of New York earmarks nearly $1M per year for residents who earn under $195,000 per year and who are good candidates for IVF. We did a thorough rundown of the program here.
UCSF runs an innovative, no-frills program for patients living in the Bay Area. When we reviewed the data it looked like costs were about 15% of an IVF cycle with success rates about 40% as good. Here's our synopsis of the program.
Northern California Fertility Center provides one free cycle of IVF (medication included) and applications must be submitted by April 29th (or thereabouts) each year.
HRC offers a 40% IVF discount to active duty personnel and veterans. Locations that participate are: Oceanside, Laguna Hills, Newport Beach, Fullerton, Rancho Cucamonga, Pasadena, Encino, Westlake Village and West LA.
Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Missouri
The Kevin J. Lederer Life Foundation offers IVF cycle grants or financial grants up to $10,000 for individuals or couples seeking treatment in IL and who live in IL, WI, IA, IN or MO.
Angels of Hope offers $15,000 IVF grants to married couples living in Will and Grundy Counties and who can demonstrate hardship. Applications are revieved in the Spring and Fall of each year.
Parental Hope, annually awards multiple grants that cover the full cost of one cycle of IVF or one Frozen Embryo Transfer. Additionally, in association with the Institute for Reproductive Health in Cincinnati, Ohio, one cycle of IVF is raffled off at Parental Hope's annual fundraiser during National Infertility Awareness Week.
University of Iowa offers 50% discounts for veterans (with a DD214) on retrievals and transfers. U.S. cancer patients who earn under $100,000 per year are eligible for a 35% discount per retrieval. Patients with a family history of Huntington's Disease may be eligible for a free IVF cycle (first come, first serve).
The Busch Foundation provides IVF grants for NC state residents and only those who are being treated at REACH Fertility in Charlotte are eligible.
Shady Grove Fertility provides typically atleast one IVF cycle grant per year in coordination with The Cade Foundation.
Houston Fertility Institute participates in the Sparkles of Life program that provides 5 steeply-discounted IVF cycles per year.
Dallas IVF offers a 50% IVF discount to patients demonstrating financial hardship. The program is relatively new and so we have little data on how many cycles are provided per year.
Fertility Foundation of Texas awards $12,000 IVF grants twice a year for patients living in Central Texas and who earn $100,000 or less.
Utah, Idaho and Washington
Footsteps For Fertility works with roughly 10 local clinics to provide either in-kind treatment at $10,000 per grant or $5,000 in cash grants.
RMA of New Jersey offers 40 - 50 fully covered IVF cycles (with PGS) per year to active military personnel stationed in New Jersey.
Nest Egg Foundation provides IVF grants for up to $10,000 for patients undergoing IVF provided they demonstate hardship and are treated at the Center for Advanced Reproductive Services (CARS) or Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT).
Tennessee Reproductive Medicine offers 35% off of IVF treatment for a patient or spouse who is part of a military, police, sheriff, or firefighter unit.
Starfish Fertility Foundation offers IVF grants to any person living within 100 miles of Nashville.
Assisted Fertility Program in Jacksoville offers $5,000 IVF (with ICSI plus storage, excludes medication) for households making under $50,000 per year.
Sarah's Laughter in Baton Rouge offers a $10,000 grant for patients to be treated at a SART-registered clinic.
Cade Foundation provides IVF grants to U.S. citizens and has averaged dispensing 7.3 grants per year for over the last decade.
INCIID provides IVF scholarships at a handful of national clinics including in NY, GA and CT. The organization aims to provide one scholarship per month. Applicants typically earn under $65,000 per year.
Journey To Parenthood awards atleast one scholarship per year for up to $10,000 to be used for IUI, IVF or egg donation.
Baby Quest awards grants twice yearly - May and November. Awards range from $2,000 - $15,000 plus medications. This past year, Baby Quest awarded 15 grants.
Hope For Fertility Foundation awards $500 - $3,500 grants in June to legally-married couples who are U.S. citizens with an infertility diagnosis.
Starfish Fertility Foundation offers IVF grants to any person in the U.S. without coverage. Application deadlines are often in late May.
Men Having Babies provides cash grants and in-kind grants to assuage the costs of IVF treatment, as well as egg donor and surrogacy costs. There are two distinct levels of support available to intending fathers globally.
Hasidah provides IVF grants to jewish families demonstrating a medical and financial need. Hasidah does not proscribe an exact amount for grants or loans, but they typically run between $5,000 and $15,000.
Making Miracle Babies provides interest free loans for up $18,000 to jewish families living in the Miami area.
Tree of Life provides grants of up to $10,000 for Jewish hopeful parents living in Central Texas who earn under $100,000 per year.