Who We Are

Our Vision

The Australian Jewish Fertility Network (AJFN) believes that no Jewish  Australian should ever feel alone on their fertility journey. They deserve to have the support they need to help build the next generation.

Our Mission

For those struggling to achieve their dreams of having a baby, the AJFN is a beacon of hope, offering financial and emotional support as well as educational resources, and encouraging open and honest conversations about infertility within the Jewish community.

Why We Are Needed

The AJFN believes every couple deserves the opportunity to create the family they dream of. Sadly, for one in six couples in our community, having a baby involves more than just wishing for one and wanting one. Some need a little extra help.

We all know someone who has been touched by the struggles of infertility.

No one should ever feel alone on this journey.

From dealing with the emotional roller coaster, the pressure of IVF treatment cycles, friends falling pregnant or the pain of shattered dreams, anyone who goes through infertility often suffers in silence and isolation. This often compounds their sense of shame, loss and pain. In addition, they can experience immense financial strain due to the expensive and ongoing treatments.

AJFN are here to ensure that these people never feel alone on their journey.

Examples of
Fertility Treatment Costs

Examples of Fertility Treatment Costs

*One in six couples in Australia experience infertility, which is defined as failure to conceive after a year of unprotected sex, or the inability to carry pregnancies
to a live birth.

** Based on costs of treatment AJFN have funded in the past five years.

How We Help

AJFN awareness
ajfn emotional support
ajfn education support
ajfn financial support

Our Impact


    The number of babies born through assistance from AJFN.


    The number of care packs delivered to couples in 2020.


    The number of rounds of IVF funded


    The number of men & women who attended our events.


    Increase in the number of applicants.


    Community organisations took part in our 2021 Infertility Awareness Shabbat.


    Trained fertility peer support volunteers.