We’re pleased to announce that we’re supporting Fertility Network UK (“FNUK”) as one of their corporate partners.
Fertility in the workplace
Part of the work that the charity does involves advocacy for employees through their Fertility in the Workplace campaign. Given Fertility Benefits is at the core of what Fertifa do, it only seemed right that we work together to leverage off our networks and help educate HR professionals on the impact of infertility on their staff.
Through these educational sessions, FNUK help to promote quality diversity and inclusion / family friendly policies and reduce the taboo associated with infertility at the workplace. If you’d like to get your company involved with the work that they do, drop us a message.
The UK’s leading charity for those struggling to conceive
As a charity, FNUK provides free support for the millions across the UK who struggle to conceive through providing education and support. FNUK runs various support groups – both in person and online – to enable people to share their stories and get advice from others that are also trying to conceive. There are also various webinars (which you can find on their YouTube channel) available to watch at any time.
Their mission is to fight for fair funding to support those with fertility issues across the UK. FNUK also work tirelessly to advance public education on everything fertility related and raise awareness relating to the impact of infertility.
The Fertility Show
The Fertility Show is the the UK’s leading fertility event that enables visitors to meet with clinical experts, doctors, embryologists and top fertility clinics, listen to seminars and Q&As, and network with others going through the same fertility journey.
In association with FNUK, this year’s show is on the 7th and 8th November at Kensington Olympia in London. We recommend visiting the show – irrespective if you’re starting out or continuing your fertility journey. Fertifa will also be there this year (subject to the impact of COVID-19) so come say ‘Hi!’.
You can buy your ticket for the event six weeks before the event – a single day is £14 and a weekend pass is £25.
If, like us, you believe in the work that FNUK are doing and want to donate to their cause, click here to find out more and donate.