Eugin Clinic is taking part in the event for the second time, which has been organized with the aim of raising public awareness of the 3.5 million people who experience difficulties conceiving
The National Fertility Awareness Week is being held for the second time from October 27 to November 2. Organised by Infertility Network-the sector’s largest charity in the UK-, the event aims to raise public awareness and highlight an issue that currently affects about 3.5 million people in the country.
Throughout the whole week, various groups and associations will be organizing a wide range of activities for National Fertility Awareness Week, most notably the baking of cakes and cupcakes. The aim of many of the meetings and activities is to promote frank, unprejudiced debate on the profound emotional impact infertility can have on people’s lives and how best to deal with it.
How to get involved
The organization offers lots of ways to take part:
-Have a coffee morning and request the NFAW cake toppers
-Join the Embryo Challenge and donate £5 for every embryo created during National Fertility Awareness Week
-Talk to the local media about what you are doing to support National Fertility Awareness Week
-Add our Twibbon to your Facebook and Twitter and get trending by using the #nfawuk
-Start your own fertility blog
-‘Tweet’ or post on FB that you are supporting National Fertility Awareness Week
The Fertility Show
The climax of the week will be the celebration of the Fertility Show during the weekend of November 1 and 2. This is a meeting that will be held in the Olympia Exhibition Centre in London. Eugin will be present at the event and if you want to get to know us, do not hesitate to come to stand number 94. Our team of health professionals will be delighted to greet you!