Jewish Fertility Foundation Virtual Information Session

Jewish Fertility Foundation Virtual Information Session

January 9, 2024
7:30 - 8:30 PM


Aviva Janus, JFF-Greater DC Manager

Jewish Fertility Foundation (JFF) provides emotional support and educational support for anyone seeking to grow their family. JFF also gives financial assistance in the form of grants for people in the Jewish community. Our educational, emotional support, and community programming serves Jewish and non-Jewish people in the Greater DC metro region. Our services are open to women, men, LGBTQ+, single parents by choice, etc. In this free, virtual information session, JFF-Greater DC Manager, Aviva Janus, will share how the organization can support you, or those you love, on a fertility journey. Following Aviva’s presentation, there will be an opportunity to ask questions and find out the information you need to expand your family.

JFF provides financial support of up to $7,500 and a 20% clinic discount to those in the Greater Washington area undergoing IUI and IVF treatments at our partner fertility clinics. We work with various local organizations for additional sources of funding that may be available. JFF also has partnerships with pharmaceutical companies for reduced pricing on medications for our clients.

You and your loved ones are not alone in your struggle. If you are interested in getting connected to other people in the DMV who are experiencing infertility, please complete this form. The JCCs and JFF are considering creating in-person support groups in several locations. After you register, we will contact you about available groups. Submission of the inquiry form does not guarantee placement.

JFF is currently hosting virtual support groups run by a local, licensed therapist. Click here for the schedule and to register.

This program is brought to you by the Jewish Fertility Foundation of Greater Washington, Bender JCC of Greater Washington, Edlavitch DCJCC, Pozez JCC’s Growing Jewish Families, Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, and PJ Library.