RESOLVE cannot do this alone. We honor the nonprofits who are actively working alongside us to help improve the lives of millions of people who struggle to build a family..
The Alliance for Fertility Preservation is a 501c3 charitable organization. The Alliance is made up of a team of professionals who have come together to advance the field of fertility preservation. Our members are recognized leaders with expertise in all aspects of fertility preservation including, oncology, reproductive endocrinology, urology, psychology, oncology nursing, and reproductive law.
Our focus is fertility preservation for cancer patients. We understand how overwhelming a diagnosis of cancer can be. So many aspects of an individual’s life are altered the moment they hear those words, “You have cancer.” And while many organizations address various facets of cancer and cancer treatment, we have chosen to help alleviate one of the most distressing, life-altering consequences of cancer treatment – infertility.
American Medical Women’s Association membership is comprised of physicians, residents, medical students, pre-medical students, health care professionals, and supporters. AMWA is the oldest multispecialty organization dedicated to advancing women in medicine and improving women’s health. Our mission is to advance women in medicine, advocate for equity, and ensure excellence in health care.
The ART of Infertility’s mission is to break the silence around the experiences of infertility, offering art and storytelling as therapeutic heuristics to capture and express the realities, pains, and joys of infertility. This project recognizes the diverse voices and perspectives that represent infertility — ranging from those in a heterosexual relationship who receive an infertility diagnosis upon trying to conceive, those who identify as single-mothers-by-choice and undergoing fertility treatment to become pregnant, and those who identify as LGBTQ and encounter many of the same infertility decisions. In this way, the project attempts to speak back to dominant perceptions and assumptions of who is infertile. Our goal in doing so is to broaden the public’s understandings of infertility, making the claim that infertility impacts far more than just the older heterosexual couple attempting to conceive.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is dedicated to the advancement of the science and practice of reproductive medicine. The Society accomplishes its mission through the pursuit of excellence in evidence-based, life-long education and learning, through the advancement and support of innovative research, through the development and dissemination of the highest ethical and quality standards in patient care, and through advocacy on behalf of physicians and affiliated healthcare providers and their patients.
Endo Black, Inc. is a black-women-led organization advocating for African American women and women of color living with endometriosis
OUR PHILOSOPHY IS TO ENGAGE, EDUCATE, AND ENCOURAGE ENDO SISTERS.
Endo Black, Incorporated, located in the DC Metropolitan Area, provides African American women and women of color with a safe space. Endo Black, Incorporated has connected thousands of African American women and women of color. Endo Black, Incorporated offers opportunities for discussions on health equity and women's reproductive health. We also provide sessions on in-depth endometriosis, support groups within the community, provide resources such as our bi-monthly newsletter, resource list, and more. Endo Black, Inc. also provides opportunities for enriching programs and events, conferences, award galas, and community outreach efforts.
The Endometriosis Foundation of America strives to increase disease recognition, provide advocacy, facilitate expert surgical training, and fund landmark endometriosis research. Engaged in a robust campaign to inform both the medical community and the public, the EndoFound places particular emphasis on the critical importance of early diagnosis and effective intervention while simultaneously providing education to the next generation of medical professionals and their patients.
Fertilitymatters.ca is the national organization that empowers Canadians to help reach their reproductive health goals by providing support, awareness, information and education; and promoting equal access to fertility treatments.
Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, is a volunteer organization that inspires a passion for and commitment to the land, the people, and the future of Israel. Through education, advocacy, and youth development, and its support of medical care and research at Hadassah Medical Organization, Hadassah enhances the health and lives of people in Israel, the United States and worldwide.
Military Family Building Coalition is for an America that supports all active duty military service members and their families to build the families they want regardless of deployment schedules, gender, fertility challenges or financial situation.
Our work is helping military families NOW. We have been working with a whisper network of military members and spouses who have sought our support in navigating the system for years. See our Donate page for more specific ways to support our troops build their families today.
National Birth Equity Collaborative (NBEC) is one of the nation’s leading experts and an advocate for change in the Black maternal health and infant mortality crises.
As an organization focused on the sexual reproductive health and wellbeing of Black women and birthing people world-wide, NBEC creates transnational solutions that optimize Black maternal, infant, sexual, and reproductive wellbeing. We shift systems and culture through training, research, technical assistance, policy, advocacy, and community-centered collaboration.
Resilience is like a muscle. We’re here to help you build it. OptionB.Org is dedicated to helping you build resilience in the face of adversity—and giving you the tools to help your family, friends, and community build resilience too. Here, you can read and share personal stories, join groups for solidarity and support, and find information from experts.
We are a team of change-makers who believe that every person diagnosed with infertility has the right to achieve parenthood.
Parental Hope is an organization operated by individuals who have personally battled and overcome infertility. The working board, none of whom receive a salary from Parental Hope, are dedicated to supporting those battling infertility, and raising awareness in the community.
Serving over 55,000 members, PCOS Challenge: The National Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Association is the leading 501(c)(3) nonprofit patient support and advocacy organization globally that is advancing the cause for women and girls with PCOS.e are a team of change-makers who believe that every person diagnosed with infertility has the right to achieve parenthood.
Resolve New England (RNE) is dedicated to building a caring community within New England to support, inform, and advocate for all those struggling with fertility and family building.
At RNE, we understand very personally the complexities of struggling to grow your family. These personal connections drive our organization’s commitment to providing support, education and advocacy to anyone in our region that is facing these challenges. This is why our mantra is Find Your People.
RNE is proud of our long history and our reputation as a trusted, unbiased leader. We work every day to continue earning this.
RPLA is dedicated to eliminating recurrent pregnancy loss through the advancement of research into causes and treatments; to providing support and resources to those affected; and to increasing awareness of the impact of miscarriage and fertility challenges on women and families.
The Samantha and Kyle Busch Bundle of Joy Fund is dedicated to advocating for infertility education and awareness and removing financial barriers by granting monetary awards to couples who require fertility treatments to have their own bundle of joy.
The mission of The White Dress Project (TWDP) is to raise global awareness about the uterine fibroid (UF) epidemic through education, research, community, and advocacy.
We are dedicated to this mission, by advocating for research funding, highlighting reproductive health inequities, educating many on fibroids and their treatment options, and empowering a community who will advocate for their best health choices and no longer suffer in silence with this chronic illness.
As a non-profit organization, primarily made up of women with impactful fibroid journeys, we are uniquely positioned to educate, empower, and support those who are managing life with fibroids. Our work is actualized through our vibrant community, scientific and clinical research, and our advisory council of health practitioners, who are leaders within the field. Our community is our north star and guiding force as we work to create an environment where their health concerns are believed, all their options are accessible, and where community, research, advocacy, and science intersect.
Most women with fibroids do not like to wear white because of the heavy bleeding related to the condition. The “white dress” is not a fashion statement but a movement. It is an emblem of hope and strength for women who are suffering from fibroids and a reminder that we will find a cure.
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. We also provide grants to help families with the costs of adoption and fertility treatment. To date, the Cade Foundation has hosted hundreds of outreach staffs throughout the US and provided 121 families with financial support for adoption and fertility treatment nationwide.
Tutum Global™ is a multimedia and wellness platform for childless women developed by a childless woman. Tutum Global empowers women who are childless not by choice or by circumstance, by igniting meaningful dialogue and change around the topics of stigmas, personal development, well-being, career and business, better health, love and relationships, and everything in between, while provoking new thinking that sparks conversation on matters vital to childless women.
Tutum Global is a catalyst for movements that affect timely and enduring change, and advocates for all that is purposeful and meaningful about childless women. Tutum Global offers content, flavorful profiles, illuminating podcasts and videos, and disruptive research. Every day, Tutum Global serves up eye-opening viewpoints and amazing recommendations. And above all, we bring a commitment to banishing taboos, and remaining a vital resource to support every aspect of childless women’s ever-changing lifestyle to keep them enlightened and encouraged, while accelerating the culture shift. Our platform caters to the unique needs that resonate with the childless female segment, changing the way female childlessness is presented, analyzed and discussed. Tutum Global empowers childless women worldwide to ignite the conversations that matter most to break their silence and change our narrative.
Yesh Tikva works to provide those thrown into the world of infertility with navigational tools to cope emotionally and practically along this journey. Resources include support groups, platforms for sharing personal stories, educational guides and events. We are constantly building, growing and improving our offerings.
Additionally, Yesh Tikva increases awareness of infertility throughout the Jewish community. Infertility has been taboo for far too long; it is time to “Give Infertility a VOICE!” Yesh Tikva aims to increase the sensitivity of those who have not struggled to have children and to equip them with the resources to help and support those who may be suffering in silence.