Houston Fertility Institute Philanthropy
2016 Texas Walk of Hope
As in years before, Houston Fertility Institute proudly participated in the 4th Annual Texas Walk of Hope on April 24th at the Sugar Land Town Square. The Walk of Hope, held in locations across the nation, is the signature fundraising event for RESOLVE: The National Fertility Association, and brings awareness to the struggles with fertility millions of people face.
HFI was a Top-Level Presenting Sponsor of the Houston-area fundraising event that drew more than 650 people. Physicians and staff also joined patients and their families in the one mile walk in support of the 7.3 million women and men, including 580,552 in Texas, impacted by infertility.
A Family of My Own Conference
‘A Family of My Own’ is bringing together an ‘all ways to make a family’ – family building event of Greater Houston. Attend Free – Must Register Online
There will be a drawing for ‘HFI Physician Fees’ towards an IVF cycle, value: $6,100.
The conference benefits nonprofit organization, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association – working to improve the lives of those living with infertility
Health Museum Fundraiser
The Health Museum in Houston’s most interactive science learning center and a member institution of the world-renowned Texas Medical Center. Located in the heart of the city’s rich and varied Museum District, The Health Museum’s mission is to foster wonder and curiosity about health, medical science and the human body. The Museum treasures Houston’s diverse population and welcomes individuals of all backgrounds.
“Fore” the Kids’ Sake Golf Classic
Join us for The Annual Rachel McNeill Golf Classic to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters. Your participation will certainly help change lives of children in the Houston area. Wildcat Golf Club is like no other golf experience in the Southeast Texas area. Help make an impact on the children in our community by sponsoring or participating in the Golf Classic this year. The BBBS mentoring model of sustainable, one-to-one mentoring relationships is proven to help at risk children reach their full potential!
MAY – “I Go Pink” Golf Classic
HFI was excited to participate and be an event sponsor of the igopink Golf Classic in the Woodlands. “I Go Pink” is a part of the Breast Cancer Charities of America. This organization is a non-profit which focuses on women and breast cancer by teaching healthy lifestyle habits. Close to 25% of all women diagnosed with breast cancer are of reproductive age and at Houston Fertility, we want to get the word out that fertility preservation is available with proven success.
For more information on the igopink campaign or Breast Cancer Charities of America – go to thebreastcancercharities.org.