We were excited to give away 15 free IVFs in 2018 as part of our celebrations to commemorate 40 incredible years of IVF. We then gave away another 9 in January 2019 and 3 more from the Lister Fertility Clinic in June!
We will be giving away more free IVFs to you, our readers in the coming months
These incredible free rounds of IVF are generously being donated by some of the world’s top fertility clinics, and with an ever increasing decline in free NHS cycles in the UK alone, there really has never been a better time to give back to the brilliant global TTC community.
Over the year, and once the Covid-19 crisis has ended, we will be announcing details of the wonderful clinics who are so kindly donating free rounds of IVFs.
To be in with a chance of receiving a free IVF, all you have to do is to answer a few questions and click enter. It’s that simple!
On 25 July 2018, Louise Brown selected entrants at random to be our first 15 winners. We were overwhelmed with the response and so we are on a mission to collaborate with leading clinics from around the world to give away even more.’ With 5 babies born, and currently 4 pregnancies too, from just three rounds of our free IVFs, we are completely passionate about continuing this initiative!
We are dedicated to making changes for the better in the fertility world.
Our campaign #ivfstrongertogether is building momentum every day, as it continues to help break the silence of infertility, by uniting men and women across the world through shared stories and our wonderful pineapple pins.
We are also very excited to announce the launch of our Babble Giving charity too, which will raise money and offer grants to help those who have been stripped of the chance of parenthood because of a lack of finances.
And now, offering these free IVFs really is the perfect and most incredible way to help change lives, with the wonderful support of Louise Brown, the world’s first IVF baby.
Louise Brown spoke to IVFbabble and said: “My mum would be amazed at the way IVF has developed and the techniques available to people today. I was given the middle name of Joy, because they felt IVF would bring the joy of children to so many people. This initiative by IVF Babble is exciting and a beautiful way to spread joy and hope.”
We can’t thank the amazing clinics enough who have already offered our readers such a beautiful gift and to all those who are joining us to make this happen and let’s together bring so much joy to others over the coming months.
With 5 babies born and 4 more pregnancies, we are dedicated to bringing you even more free IVFs very soon.
Sending you all so much love
Tracey and Sara x