Stop for a moment and look left, now look right. There is a huge need for infertility awareness in your local community. There is no effort that is too small.  We are building a strong grassroots movement all over the country for anyone who struggles to build a family.  Want some ideas on how you can be part of the movement and raise awareness in your community?

Rummage for RESOLVE. Free your mind and your home of clutter and raise money for RESOLVE. We’ve provided an easy check-list to help you have a successful rummage sale and fundraiser. Learn more on RESOLVE’s website. 

Books help. Ask your library to set up a display of infertility/adoption related books and provided them with signs about National Infertility Awareness Week.

Host a movie screening.  RESOLVE has partnered with the documentary, VEGAS BABY and to bring screenings to your community.  This powerful film follows aspiring parents through the gamble of fertility treatments and the emotional, physical and financial costs they face.

A screening of VEGAS BABY is easy to do and is a great way to bring our community together around National Infertility Awareness Week while raising awareness on a national level through the powerful medium of film. Watch the trailer at  and contact  Amy Slotnick at to find out about showing the film in your area.

Food and fun. Host a Dinner Party, Happy Hour or Benefit Night at a local restaurant: Invite those who have helped you during your infertility journey and others in your community to join together to raise awareness for the disease of infertility.  You can even set up a collection for RESOLVE donations in their name or ask them to help you support your favorite infertility charity.

Get Fit. Ask your yoga instructor or personal trainer for a donated class. Invite your friends to attend a special yoga/aerobics/step class donated by a trainer. Their admission fee of $20 becomes a donation, and the trainer gets the chance to build their client base. It’s a win-win for all.

Planning an education or awareness event? Submit your event and be listed on the National Infertility Awareness Week Calendar.