National Fertility Organization, Cade Foundation, Gives Grant to Hopewell Couple

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The Hall Family, Hopewell natives, were one of 5 families selected nationally, to receive a grant to help them overcome infertility and become parents.

A Hopewell couple will be one of 5 recipients awarded from all over the nation on Saturday, November 2nd at the annual Family Building Banquet in Washington DC. The Cade Foundation, a national nonprofit organization that serves the needs of families struggling with infertility, will be hosting the banquet.

Brittany and Jacob Hall are a loving couple eager to grow their family through fertility treatment. Both have lived loyally by their favorite quote, "Grace is when God gives us what we don't deserve. Mercy is when God doesn't give us what we do deserve." Now they will be one of the couples to receive a grant of up to $10,000.

The Cade Foundation was founded in 2005 to offer education and support to infertile families. The organization was named after Dr. Tinina Cade, who carried and delivered the founders’ triplets following 5 years of infertility, at 55 years old. To date, the Cade Foundation has hosted hundreds of outreach events throughout the US and provided 42 families with financial support for adoption and fertility around nationwide and there are currently 33 Cade Foundation children.

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