If you are near Toronto and struggling with infertility, or suspected infertility, then you won’t want to miss this opportunity. Conceivable Dreams, the provincial patient group advocating for public funding for in vitro fertilization is hosting their first ever picnic on Sept. 15th at Earl Bales Park in Toronto.
The event will start at 11 a.m. and run through 3 p.m. All family members and supporters welcome. The picnic features door prizes and entertainment.
“This picnic is extremely important to raise awareness and show the many faces of infertility. Not only to bring together a community, who suffers in silence, but to make a stand for the many affected by infertility, who are in need of assistance,” says Conceivable Dreams board member Danielle Xavier.
“This is our first ever picnic, the beginning of something new, something to make a difference, in years to come, to grow on, and continue the show of support for coverage and infertility.”
To show your support, or find a community that supports others like you RSVP
for the Conceivable Dreams event now.
“It is a simple message, we are a community of many struggles, faces and outcomes, and we support one another and will only be getting bigger and raising more awareness from here. We fight and have fought many battles experiencing the many paths of infertility but we are not alone and it is time to make some noise,” says Xavier.