National Harbor, MD - 10/15/2016

2015 Walk Sponsors SignSponsor an Event

Our sponsoring partners are very important to RESOLVE’s Walk of Hope. Your support of this event will allow RESOLVE to create a great day for all those choosing to walk with us. Plus you’ll show your clients and customers that people with infertility matter.

With your help, we will continue to:

  • Offer hope to the 7.3 million Americans suffering with infertility
  • Support local support groups and educational events
  • Increase public awareness and advocacy efforts
  • Ensure that family building options are available to all
  • Break the silence of infertility

To sponsor the Washington, D.C. Walk of Hope please contact Cindie Kyte, 703.556.7172 or or download the sponsorship opportunities document here. Sponsors download the logo guidelines here. 

Sponsor Spotlight: The Axelrad Clinic, Houston, Texas 

The Axelrad Clinic let current and former patients know they were excited about participating in and supporting RESOLVE’s 2015 Texas Walk of Hope.  They posted signs in the waiting room, sent emails to their customer  asking for a donation to their Walk of Hope team that would benefit RESOLVE, and mentioned the donations when they checked in for their appointment. With a $25 donation the person received a free t-shirt. With a $100 donation they received a free t-shirt and a free treatment.

Estimated cost: 
$3,500 (including event sponsorship and 25-30 treatments)
I feel that we got 10x that or more back in goodwill and a positive message to the community.

Feedback from clients: 
Our clients thought it was a great idea and they donated in droves. There was no negative feedback whatsoever.” 

Why was it important to you to get involved with this Walk?
I feel that people who suffer with fertility issues are largely forgotten in society. Nobody talks about it, and it is largely seen as something people “deserve” (i.e. you waited too long, you are too stressed, maybe you don’t really want kids). People who are dealing with it feel isolated and marginalized to a large degree. On top of that, the costs of treatment are quite significant. So, any organization that is trying to raise awareness, help lobby for broader coverage, and provide support to this community is important to me, especially because such a large percentage of my practice (probably 70+%) is fertility-related.” – Chris Axelrad, L. Ac., FABORM, July 2015