We're excited to announce we’re teaming up with Hilariously Infertile and giving away a $300 fertility grant to someone who reviews their doctor on FertilityIQ this week! We're hoping it helps you (or someone you love!)
Even better, there’s no videos to make, letters to write, votes to obtain, or hoops to jump through. To be entered, it’s pretty simple:
We’ll randomly select 1 person’s new review received between August 25th and August 31st and grant the author $300 to put towards treatment, medical bills, a second opinion consult - whatever! If you can’t use it yourself, then you’d have the ability to gift it to a friend who could!
If you want to be eligible Just click here to begin.
Bonus! If you review multiple primary doctors, you have multiple entries. All you have to do is complete & submit your review by the end of the day on August 31st.
When you write your review, remember over a million people may be relying on it to make a major decision, so the details are important and the more you can share, the more helpful it can be!
The good news is you could win a $300 grant to put towards treatment.
Not only could this grant change your life and possibly bring new life into the world, but it also helps FertilityIQ's mission to continue to get priceless information to patients who need it.
So run, don't walk (if that's a thing on the internet), to submit a review now, and tell your friends to review their doctors too! We’re hoping this gift helps breathe new life into the world and gets useful information to patients who need it. For more info, check out the (even more detailed) guidelines below.
We're excited and we hope you are too!
Deborah, Jake, and Karen
Grant Details & Rules:
For the randomly selected winning assessment, we’ll fund: A treatment up to $300 for the author or anyone of their choosing. A check will be sent to their clinic of choice or reimbursement will be made via PayPal (taxes will apply).
Doctor evaluations will only be eligible if they meet the following criteria:
- The Reproductive Endocrinologist (RE) being assessed practices in the US
- The RE must have been chiefly responsible for your care during that cycle. Assessments of RE’s who happened to perform services like monitoring will not be entered.
- Assessment is accompanied with verification that proves you were treated at this clinic (e.g. an email from the clinic, image of a clinical bill)
- The tone must be constructive, detailed, without profanity, and publishable by our usual FIQ guidelines (click here to see our evaluation FAQs).
- All assessments and verifications must be submitted by 11:59 PM EST August 31, 2019 - Duplicate assessments (meaning you've already submitted a review of the same doctor) will not be counted as an entry
A few other general notes:
- Treatment must be done by before January, 2021
- We will send $300 directly to your reproductive endocrinologist’s clinic as a contribution towards your current or next fertility treatment cycle. It can be used for any type of treatment.
- Make sure you check the e-mail you've provided on September 3rd. If you don't respond to us about the grant within 24 hours, we might select a new winner.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- If I’ve already submitted an assessment to FIQ that’s been published and verified, am I eligible to be included? Not this time, but don’t stress, we will have more grants that you will be eligible for in the future! At this time, this grant is solely for new assessments received during August 25-31, 2019. Please don't submit another review of a doctor you've assessed before.
- If I assessed two different doctors this week, does that enter my name twice? Yes. Each assessment that meets our criteria is independently eligible. As a reminder, only assessments of the doctor chiefly responsible for your cycle will be eligible. Additional reviews for non-primary fertility doctors will not be counted.
- If I’m awarded this grant, can I remain anonymous to the public? Yes. We will not release your identity unless you would like it to be publicly announced.
- Are there restrictions on what type of patients can get a grant? No, this is inclusive to any type of fertility patient who provided an assessment that meets our criteria. We don't discriminate.