Giving Hope. Building Families.
At the Chicago Coalition for Family Building, we believe that everyone who wants to start a family deserves to.
Join us in supporting those struggling with infertility.
Together, we build families.
Infertility affects one in eight couples in the United States.
And did you know, not all infertility treatments are covered by insurance?
We believe building a family should be a human right, not a privilege. Our mission is to remove financial barriers that prevent creation of a family. As we work toward this goal, we take action to financially and emotionally support those struggling with infertility:
We provide fully funded IVF cycles generously donated by our Partner Practices
We provide financial grants for surrogacy and adoption
We promote LGBTQ+ family building
We provide pre-implantation genetic testing to prevent the transmission of genetic diseases
We are an educational resource for those with questions about infertility and coverage
Our team of professionals provide emotional support for patients and their families.
2022 Grant Applications will become available April 24th and will be due June 1st
In honor of Infertility and Infant Loss Awareness Month, Grandstand in partnership with the White Sox and the Chicago Coalition for Family Building, is raising money and awareness to help support the Family Building Grant Program.
Shimra and Jonathan
Lyndsey and Michael
Stephanie and Ezra
Tessa and Josh
Zhi and Casey
Lexie and Jonathan
Jena and Molly
Dana and Sam
Apply for a Grant - Applications will open April 24, 2022 and are due June 1, 2022
Financial Assistance GrantSuits: those planning to adopt or have IVF insurance but need additional financial help.
Grant: up to $10,000 towards services such as third party reproduction, adoption or IVF.
IVF Cycle GrantSuits: those requiring IVF.
Grant: One IVF cycle at a partner practice, (over 75% of IVF practices in the Chicagoland Area).
JUF Path to Parenthood (Adoption Grant)Suits: couples with at least one partner that identifies as a member of the Jewish community.
Grant: up to $10,000 towards services for adoption.
JUF Path to Parenthood (Fertility Grant)Suits: couples with at least one partner that identifies as a member of the Jewish community.
Grant: up to $10,000 towards services for fertility treatment.
Kevin J. Lederer Memorial GrantSuits: one existing FCI patient.
Grant: one IVF cycle at Fertility Centers of Illinois (FCI).