What types of fertility grants are offered by JFF?
The Jewish Fertility Foundation offers grants towards the cost of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) and intrauterine insemination (IUI) for Jewish people experiencing medical infertility.
How much money does JFF offer its grantees?
$1,000 - $15,000 (Atlanta)
$1,000 - $7,500 (Cincinnati)
What are the qualifications of the JFF grants?
Does it matter which clinic I use?
Yes, You must use one of SART (Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology) Certified Clinics within Atlanta or Cincinnati. Please note, each of these clinics offers IVF discounts to JFF Grantees of approximately 20%.
Where can I find the medical form for my doctor?
Where can I find the JFF Applicant Financials form for my application?
If I am selected to receive grant money from JFF, how will the money be distributed?
Do JFF Fertility Grants cover Money Back Guarantee Programs?
How much funding is typically awarded for the IVF grant?
What does the IVF grant cover/not cover?
What is the time frame for the application process?
How will I be notified of a decision?
How long do I have to use the funding
What is the process once you receive my completed application?
How confidential is the information I’m submitting?
Do I qualify to apply for the grant if I/my partner isn’t Jewish?
I've been awarded an IVF grant previously, may I apply again?
Can I apply for the grant if I already have children?
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