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Infertility affects at least 12% of all women up to age 44, and research suggests Black women are twice as likely to experience infertility as white women. Yet only 8% of Black women between the ages of 25-44 seek medical help to get pregnant, compared to 15%  of white women. 

 

Chances are you know someone who is struggling with infertility or has postponed having children until their 30's and beyond. Whether it is you, your sister, daughter, niece  or friend, YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

Join the FERTILITY FOR COLORED GIRLS MOVEMENT today! Help us FIGHT INFERTILITY & GIVE HOPE!! 

 

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Host a Sister Circle

Invite friends, family and/or co-workers to participate in inspiring as well as interactive dialogue concerning reproductive health and fertility. 

 

Start A Fertility Ministry
Churches and organizations can serve as a safe and supportive place for women experiencing infertility or desiring to build a family.  You can provide a safe space for women who need an educational, supportive and empowering space to heal and grow.



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(In)Fertility Grants

Fertility for Colored Girls (FFCG) has resources for individuals and couples seeking to build the families of their dreams. Click here for more info about the FFCG Gift of Hope and the FFCG & KindBody Grant.

GIFT OF HOPE GRANT SUSPENDED UNTIL 2021 BUT NEW FFCG & KINDBODY GRANT ANNOUNCED!!

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Rev. Stacey Edwards-Dunn on GMA

Rev. Stacey Edwards-Dunn and members of Fertility for Colored Girls (FFCG) visited Good Morning America and Robin Roberts Presents Thriver Thursday to discuss infertility in women of color.

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