We are supported by a network of professionals from across the fertility industry.

There are many ways that you can support Fertility Network if you are a Fertility Clinic or Corporate organisation.

Fertility Clinics

The Patient Pledge is a new partnership we are launching in Winter 2018 to help work with clinics to ensure the very best support is offered to our patients.  The Patient Pledge will replace the outgoing clinic Outreach and Partnership Schemes but we do hope to continue workings with you if you have previously been part of these schemes.  We really appreciate your support and couldn’t continue our life changing work without your support.  Please see below for more details on The Patient Pledge

Corporate Partners

If you are a corporate organisation that would like to support the 3.5 million people facing fertility issues in the UK we want to hear from you.  We are happy to discuss how we can work together – whether part of a Charity of the Year programme, in house fundraising, gifts in kind, meeting space or any other support you are able to provide.  Please get in touch to day.

With thanks

We are  proud to be the Charity Partner of The Fertility Show which offers access to over 60 top quality talks by fertility professionals and an exhibition area with around 100 exhibitors from across the fertility spectrum.

We are grateful for the funding we received from The National Lottery Community Fund and the support of the team at Merchant Technology to build this new website.

The National Lottery Community Fund currently funds our team in Wales to provide fertility education and Wales-specific information and support’. 

We are grateful to the National Lottery Community fund for funding our Reaching Communities project in England. This project is helping to fund our team in England and to provide our wellbeing programmes and support services, as well as furthering out outreach to all communities across the country.

In Scotland, funding from the Scottish Government funds our Education Project as well as a project to assess current provision of fertility services and share good practice with Health Boards, In Northern Ireland we receive funding from the Health & Social Care Board towards the salary and office costs for a part time co-ordinator.

Perhaps you could offer some professional services on a pro bono basis, or host an occasional meeting at your premises.  If you could support us in any way, please contact us. We appreciate all your support.