Pamela Hirsh was inspired to create the Baby Quest Foundation after seeing her daughter struggle to conceive. For nearly three years Pamela watched her daughter and son in law deal with recurrent miscarriage and then discover she was unable to carry a child herself and needed a surrogate.
Pamela talks about ‘ the demon of infertility and the issue of insurance companies who refuse to cover the costs of physicians, labs, and medications. Whereas there are private groups and governmental agencies that deal with adoption and foster children, there are few companies, if any, that fund procedures for physical intervention in pregnancy.If you know someone who has been touched by infertility or if you cannot imagine life without your children or grandchildren, I hope you will support us with a contribution.’
To find out more about the Baby Quest Foundation click here
Follow them on twitter here
Baby Quest has had a “productive” fall….Congratulations to Breanna & Kyle new parents of KJ..born on November 3rd. KJ weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces and is the charity’s 53rd baby!!!
Welcome, KJ!!! pic.twitter.com/jiSEmx29ur
— BabyQuest Foundation (@BabyQuestGrants) November 12, 2017
I also mentioned a UK company who help you with finance packages if you have to self fund, who are called Access Fertility and you can hear an episode I did with them here