CT Fertility strongly advocates corporate responsiveness and social entrepreneurship by supporting several donation / financial aid programs, including:
CT Fertility Lifelines: Each year CT Fertility donates a set of treatment services to support family-building journeys of up to three families challenged by extreme financial hardship. Learn more.
CT Fertility Gives Back: As part of its expanded social responsibility initiatives, CT Fertility decided to pledge every year $100 to a family-centered charity for every baby conceived as a result of fertility treatments, IVF, egg donation and surrogacy services the clinic provides. The three organizations designated to receive $7,000 - $13,500 each in 2012 were Save The Children, Children Mending Hearts and The Financial Assistance Fund of Men Having Babie, representing the clinic’s dedication to helping families of all kind throughout the globe. In 2011 the beneficiery organizations were USA for UNHCR, Mapendo New Horizons, and Family Equality Council.
We also invite our current and former clients, staff and friends to join as a community and express our gratitude for our good fortunes by helping one of these charities (you will be able to add a dedication or comment that will be posted in our acknowledgment page).
CT Fertility Cares: For several years the clinic's annual food drive has been providing thousands of pounds of food for our local Connecticut Food Bank, while the countless toys that have been donated at our annual Baby Party have been distributed to thousands of children by Save The Children. In 2011 CT Fertility added an exclusive food drive website to encourage many of the thousands of program alumni who cannot attend its 20th anniversary party to join the CT Fertility Cares initiative by contributing online. The virtual food drive will also allow CT Fertility parents, donors, surrogates and staff to support this important cause all year round.
|Dr. Doyle visiting a Rwandan refugee camp on behalf of Mapendo New Horizons, where they are currently establishing a primary care health clinic||A Right To Play worker in a Ugandan camp during a soccer tournament that CT Fertility sponsored.||CT Fertility was a major sponsor of Night at the Pier 2011, Family Equality Council's annual fundraiser.|