Jewish Fertility Foundation offering grants toward the cost of intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in-vitro fertilization (IVF) for Jewish people experiencing medical infertility.
- We accept applications on a rolling cycle. Finalists may be contacted to provide additional information and decisions will be made within 2-4 weeks.
- We are limited by the funds that are contributed and as much as we want to fund all who apply, this is not possible.
- In order to be considered for a grant you must use an Atlanta based SART clinic. You do not need to live in Atlanta to be considered for a grant but you must use one of Atlanta's JFF participating clinics.
- Review the FAQ's before beginning the application
- Personal statement by applicants
- Letter of reference
- Medical information (completed and signed by your physician) - Please allow sufficient time for your physician to complete these pages and return them to you. Submissions must include these forms to be considered complete. Download Medical Forms here
- JFF Applicant Financials. Download Form here
- Last two (2) Federal income tax returns for both applicants (for IVF grant only)
- Two (2) most recent pay stubs for both applicants (for IVF grant only)
- Two (2) most recent Forms W-2 for both applicants (for IVF grant only)