Long Island Based Dancing With the Star's™ Pro's Studio Hosts Fertility Awareness Fundraiser

Cade Foundation Fertility Awareness Fundraiser Dancing for the Family™ will take place Saturday and include a door prize of free IVF donated by Long Island Fertility Center.

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Long Island, NY (PRWEB) August 22, 2014

On Saturday August 23rd, The Cade Foundation will present “Long Island Dancing for the Family™”, hosted by Long Island IVF at Dance with Me Long Island Studios, the dance studio of Dancing with the Stars™ champion, Maksim Chmerkovskiy. This fun filled evening- great for those with infertility as well as those who just want an evening of dancing and fun- will feature group dance lessons, heavy hors d’oevres, drinks, desserts, a silent auction, and a chance to win a free IVF CYCLE door prize, donated by Long island IVF. All proceeds from the event will fund the Cade Foundation’s Family Building Grants and educational outreach events.            

“The emotional and financial stress of infertility can take an enormous toll on infertile couples. A summer’s night of fun and dancing… of reconnecting with each other… is just what the doctor ordered for all couples, whether infertile or not” said Dr. David Kreiner, Reproductive Endocrinologist and co-founding partner of Long Island IVF, himself a ballroom dance student. “We’ve always enjoyed giving back to the Long Island community. And knowing we can work with Cade Foundation to remove that financial obstacle is very gratifying.”

Cade Foundation CEO, Dr Camille Hammond, added “Cost shouldn’t prevent a family from becoming parents. We are thrilled about supporting needy families overcome infertility in Long Island.”

VIP Tickets for the “Long Island Dancing for the Family™” are still available and may be purchased online at http://bit.ly/1k9huoG.

About The Tinina Q. Cade Foundation:
The Tinina Q. Cade Foundation is a nonprofit organization that was started in 2005 to provide information, support, and financial assistance to help infertile families OVERCOME infertility. The foundation was named after founders’ (Dr's Jason and Camille Hammond) mother, Dr. Tinina Cade who carried and delivered the couples triplets at 55 years old. The Cade Foundation’s Family Building Grants offer up to $10,000 to provide financial assistance to help others pursue fertility treatment or adoption. To date, the Cade Foundation has hosted hundreds of outreach events throughout the U.S. and provided 43 families with financial support for adoption and fertility treatment. Visit the Foundation’s website at: http://www.cadefoundation.org.

About Long Island IVF:
Long Island IVF, with several offices on Long Island and one in Brooklyn, is the fertility practice responsible for bringing Long Island its first IVF baby, first baby from a cryopreserved embryo, and first donor egg baby and is celebrating over 25 years of medically-assisted family-building on Long Island. Visit our website at http://www.longislandivf.com or The Fertility Daily blog at http://www.longislandivf.com.


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