In support of National Infertility Awareness Week, coming up April 22-28, 2012, the American Fertility Association (AFA) has introduced a 45-cent stamp designed to raise awareness about the issue and support those who are trying to conceive. You can purchase a sheet of 20 first-class 45-cent stamps (at cost) at the AFA site.
The AFA is also leading a "Love Letter Campaign," in which you send a letter of support to someone else who is TTC. As the AFA's site describes it, "The Love Letter Campaign gives you a chance to support, and be supported by, someone who understands. To simply say, 'I’m sorry for what you’re going through. I understand. I’m going through it too' in a gentle, non-obtrusive way... This year’s NIAW theme is 'Don’t Ignore Infertility'. By reaching out to one another, and by using the Infertility Stamp, together we can support that goal."
The nonprofit American Fertility Association provides the public and others with information about infertility treatments, reproductive and sexual health, and family-building options, including adoption and third-party solutions. They are based in New York City and reachable at 888.917.3777.
How will you acknowledge National Infertility Awareness Week?