Ways to give

  • Supporting Hope: Donate to Make a Difference

    Your support can be the beacon of hope for individuals and couples on their journey to parenthood. Every donation, big or small, brings hope to those facing the challenges of infertility.

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  • eCards / Gift in lieu

    Send an AJFN eCard to let family and friends, near and far, know you are thinking of them. Hosting a Simcha? Your guests can donate to AJFN in lieu of gifts. 

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  • Bequests

    By considering a bequest to our organisation, you can make a lasting impact and help us continue our mission to provide hope and support to all Jewish Australians on their fertility journey.

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In recent years, AJFN has seen an exponential demand for our services. Your donations will help us meet this demand, ensuring no Jewish Australian is ever alone on their fertility journey. 

Why Donate?

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  1. Provide Financial Assistance

    Your donations help individuals and couples access essential fertility treatments and support services, reducing the financial burden often accompanying this journey.

    • $72

      Can cover the out-of-pocket cost for an infertility counselling session

    • $180

      Can cover the out-of-pocket cost for an initial fertility specialist appointment

    • $500

      Can cover the genetic screening of embryos PGD (per embryo)

    • $1,800

      Can give the gift of fertility drugs for a round of IVF (injections etc)

    • $3,600

      Can cover the out-of-pocket cost of a frozen embryo transfer

    • $5,000

      Can cover the out-of-pocket cost for a standard IVF treatment

  2. Offer Support

    Your donations help us expand our support programs, providing emotional and spiritual support and informational resources.

  3. Spread Awareness

    We're on a mission to raise awareness about the challenges of infertility, advocating for the rights and needs of those facing fertility issues.