National Infertility Awareness Week October 28th – November 3rd 2013


During National Infertility Awareness Week (Oct 28 – Nov 3), we would love you to get behind our Great Cake Bake by organising a cupcake bake and inviting friends, workmates or classmates to join you in eating a cupcake…or 2!

Whether you go for a traditional vanilla sponge or a more modern Red Velvet cupcake, all we ask is that you have lots of fun and join the thousands of people across the UK who are supporting our Great Cake Bake. We also have over 100 professional cake bakers on board who are supporting this wonderful event.

You may want to get creative with your cakes, or send for a sheet of our bespoke National Infertility Awareness Week rice paper cake toppers which we have created to help promote this amazing week of activity. Just stick on top of your cupcake and you are ready to go!

So, here’s how it works:

  • Pick a date and time that suits you and your friends.Choose your venue: will it be at work, home or somewhere completely different?!
  • Download your Great Cake Bake poster and register for cake toppers to get baking!
  • Go to our events page and add your event to our calendar – and please remember to send us some photos of the event which we can put on the website
  • Eat, enjoy your party, and make a donation!

It really couldn’t be easier, so get your friends involved and help raise much needed funds to support the 3.5 million people suffering from some sort of infertility who are struggling to conceive.

Click here to see how your fundraising money will be used.

There are, of course, lots of other ways to get involved and we have some great ideas from fundraisers past and present on the fundraising pages of our website at

Competition time!

Win £200 of spa vouchers kindly donated by Just by sending your photos to us! We will display them on our pinterest board and a winner will be chosen on 8th November 2013.

About Tone Jarvis-Mack 213 Articles
Publisher and writer for Fertility Road magazine I have spent the last 4 years writing about my experiences surrounding fertility.

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