“Richmond is my home and it is thrilling to be able to bring this event and the work of the Cade Foundation to RVA. The RVA Corks with Cade will celebrate an important cause—helping families OVERCOME infertility in Richmond and Virginia,” said Dr. Camille Hammond, CEO of the Cade Foundation.
RICHMOND, Va. (PRWEB) May 14, 2019
The Cade Foundation will host the inaugural RVA Corks with Cade on Thursday May 30, 2019, at the Richmond Wine Station in Richmond, VA. The event will coincide with the 1st anniversary of Shady Grove Fertility (SGF)’s first office opening in Richmond. SGF physicians, staff, and current and former patients and other supporters from throughout the Richmond community are invited to celebrate the strength and courage it takes to overcome infertility, and to raise funds in support of Cade Foundation Family Building Grants. The Grants, which provide up to $10,000 for fertility treatment, are specifically designated for any family with infertility in the US.
The Cade Foundation formed in 2005—one year after Richmond resident Dr. Tinina Cade delivered her triplet grandchildren in Richmond after her daughter Camille (Cade) Hammond was unable to conceive due to infertility. The story made national news as Cade was the oldest woman to deliver triplets and serve as a gestational carrier at the time (December 2004).
In total, the Cade Foundation has raised more than $750,000 to support families struggling with infertility. To date, the Fund has supported 106 families and there are now 79 Cade Foundation babies.
To apply for a Family Building Grant, please submit an application for the Cade Foundation Family Building Grant at cadefoundation.org/grants.