Lucky Pittsburgh Family Receives Adoption Grant from Cade Foundation

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The Ray Family, a Pittsburgh family, was one of 5 families selected nationally to receive an adoption grant from Cade Foundation

A Pittsburgh couple will be one of 5 families awarded grants to "overcome infertility" on Saturday, November 2nd at the annual Cade Foundation Family Building Banquet in Washington DC. Tiffany and Todd Ray are a loving couple eager to grow their family through adoption. Now they will have that chance- with the help of the Cade Foundation.

Tiffany shared that they "are honored to be chosen by the Cade Foundation after 5 years of multiple losses, and fertility treatment; this opportunity will significantly help us to grow our family through the power of adoption."

Dr Hammond, Cade Foundation CEO, shared "We are thrilled to support this deserving family. God willing- next year this time we will celebrate their successful adoption!"

In 2005 the Cade Foundation was founded to provide support and education to families struggling with infertility. The co-founder of the organization, Dr Camille Hammond, named it after her mother, Dr. Tinina Cade, who carried her triplets at 55 years of age. To date- 42 families have been supported financially by the Cade Foundation for adoption and fertility treatment. There are currently 33 Cade Foundation children. The foundation has also hosted hundreds of outreach events increasing awareness about fertility treatment, foster care, adoption and family building throughout the nation.

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Camille Hammond, MD, MPH
Tinina Q. Cade Foundation, Inc.
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