Get Involved With National Infertility Awareness Week


get involved with national infertility awareness weekWhat will you do to get involved with National Infertility Awareness Week which begins April 22-28?

Every voice,  every story and every person struggling to build a family can make a difference, no matter how big or small it may be. Any way you can raise awareness will help increase public understanding about infertility. Decide today how you will get involved with National Infertility Awareness Week!

What ways can you get involved with National Infertility Awareness Week?

Get Local – Spread a little or (a lot) of infertility awareness to your local community. Find inspiration and ideas at on how you can make a BIG impact in a small way in your local area.

Host a DIY Walk of Hope – Create your own Walk of Hope to bring awareness to your community and help raise money for RESOLVE’s mission.

Get Social – Join the electronic fun and inspire others by sharing your story, educate the public by talking about this disease, and advocate for the infertility community by being active on your social media. Use these hashtags in your social posts: #FlipTheScript #NIAW

Download the 2018 National Infertility Awareness Week Toolkit from

Find or Post an Awareness Event – Search, post or get some really great ideas for a local infertility awareness event during NIAW. Go ahead, (do it, do it) and participate or throw one heck of a local awareness event!

Put the FUN in Fundraise – It’s exactly that, having fun raising awareness and support. Creative? The fundraising world is your oyster. Prefer some ideas? That’s not a problem, we have an endless supply of ways to make a big impact.

Give – Giving is not just believing in our mission, it is providing resources that will support our goal of ensuring that anyone struggling to build a family finds a resolution through being empowered by knowledge, supported by community, united by advocacy, and inspired to act.

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