The Cade Foundation Family Building Grant
The Cade Foundation Family Building Grant is awarded to couples who have been struggling with infertility. Each year, grants of up to $10,000 are given to couples who are looking to overcome their infertility using fertility treatment or pursuing domestic adoption.
Savannah Grant – Exclusively for Shady Grove Fertility Patients
Last year, the Cade Foundation established the Savannah Grant, a family building grant that will provide support to Shady Grove Fertility patients pursuing in vitro fertilization (IVF). This grant, specifically designated for a Shady Grove Fertility patient, is in honor of Savannah Caroline Pereira, a SGFC baby who tragically died in March 2010. All Shady Grove Fertility patients are eligible to receive the Savannah Grant, which will provide up to $10,000 in support for fertility treatment.
For applicants interested in Savannah’s Grant, there is no need to fill out any additional paperwork. Savannah’s Grant is restricted to Shady Grove Fertility patients and therefore all Shady Grove Fertility applicants are automatically entered into the pool for both general Cade Foundation Family Building Grants as well as the Family Building Grant restricted for Savannah’s Grant.
The applications due require a statement from your physician, so those interested in applying are encouraged to begin the application process early. Leading up to the deadline, the Cade Foundation will offer conference calls for those interested in learning more about the Family Building Grant.
Deadlines for Spring and Fall Family Building Grant Applications
The grant submission deadline for SPRING consideration is 2/1/16 and a decision will be announced for SPRING funding on 6/1/16. The grant submission deadline for FALL consideration is 7/1/16 and a decision will be announced for FALL funding on 10/15/16.
About the Cade Foundation
The Tinina Q. Cade Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote awareness of infertility and serve the needs of couples struggling with infertility by providing educational resources and financial assistance for helping them grow their families. The foundation prides itself on three main goals: to serve the community by providing education on infertility and related issues working alone as well as in partnership with other organizations; to provide financial assistance for families struggling with infertility who are either pursuing treatment or domestic adoption through grants; and to raise funds that will be used to provide grants for families pursuing fertility treatment or domestic adoption.
If you would like to discuss your family building options or to schedule an appointment, please speak with one of our New Patient Liaisons at 877-971-7755.