Who can apply for a Good Egg grant?
Couples who are United States residents and have received an infertility diagnosis from an accredited Reproductive Endocrinologist.
How often are grants awarded?
Currently, grants are awarded once a year, in the Spring. Once the Spring grants have been awarded, we will evaluate our funding and consider adding a Fall session.
How many grants are awarded?
Our goal is to help 10 families this year but the final number will be based on availability of funds.
What are the costs covered in a grant?
Costs covered include expenses associated with assisted reproduction such as IUI, IVF, surrogacy, donor eggs, donor sperm, and adoption.
What costs are not covered in a grant?
Grants do not cover any previous infertility treatments, surrogacy, or adoption costs.
How much is a grant amount?
Grant amounts vary by case but average around $5,000 and are no more than $10,000.
If awarded a grant, how long do I have to use the grant money?
Grant recipients have twelve months from the date awarded to utilize the grant. Funds not used within that time period will be given back to Good Egg Fertility for future recipients.
How do I receive my grant money?
If selected for a grant, the money will be given directly to your Fertility Clinic, Surrogacy Agency, or Adoption Agency.
What if I already have children?
Couples who have spent funds on secondary infertility costs will be considered but please understand that families without children will be favored.
What if I am in a same sex relationship or a single female?
Same sex couples or single females with an infertility diagnosis may apply.
Do I need to provide a physician’s recommendation?
A form for your Reproductive Endocrinologist’s recommendation is included in the application.
How many times may I apply?
You may apply up to three times, paying the application fee each time.
Is the application fee refundable?
No, the application fee is non-refundable. The application fees help to keep the website running.
Are donations to Good Egg Fertility tax deductible?
Yes, Good Egg Fertility is a Non Profit 501(c)(3) organization.