The Cade Foundation has given out over $750,000 in support for fertility treatment and adoption since 2007 and has a grant available for 2/1 deadline

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (PRWEB) January 23, 2019

Since 2007, the Tinina Q Cade Foundation (CadeFoundation) has given out over $750,000 (through grants) for infertility treatment and adoption services. Cade Foundation has funds 106 families from throughout the United States and there are currently 76 Cade Foundation babies. We have partnered with fertility clinics, corporations and non profit organizations throughout the US to provide information and financial support to families with infertility. The grants available at this time include general Family Building Grants (available to anyone who has infertility) a Savannah Grant (available only Shady Grove Fertility patients) and the Dr Stephen Greenhouse Grant (available only to Shady Grove Fertility patients.) In addition to cash awards that are available for fertility treatment and adoption support, we have received medication grants from EMD Serono to provide medications for fertility treatment.

The Tinina Q Cade Foundation (Cade Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non profit organization that was started in 2005 to provide information support and financial assistance to help needy infertile families OVERCOME infertility. The foundation was named after founders’ (Drs Jason and Camille Hammond) mother, Dr Tinina Cade. Dr Cade carried and delivered the couples triplets following 5 years of infertility for the Hammonds. She delivered her grand-triplets at 55 years old, making her the oldest woman to deliver triplets at that point. The Hammonds started the Cade Foundation to provide a vehicle through which families who had already “overcome” infertility could support families who were still on the infertility journey. Cade Foundation provides education focused programs to share info about different pathways to parenthood throughout the nation. Cade Foundation also provides grants to help families with the costs of adoption and fertility treatment.

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