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Now Offering SeedCoach Fertility Financial Guidance

 

Hawaii Surrogacy Center is proud to be the first in the industry to offer SeedCoach services for all our families.

 

SeedCoach is a free, financial guidance program that helps Intended Parents explore options to fund their third-party journey – be it through savings, grant opportunities or other programs.  Gestational Surrogates also receive support – learning about budgeting and how to reach family financial goals using their surrogacy compensation.

 

SeedCoach is a team of experts with decades of experience helping hundreds of families close their funding gap, as well as providing assistance in identifying grants and submitting grant applications. Hawaii Surrogacy families will have access to:

 

  • An on-demand library of instructional videos and financial templates to download. 
  • One-on-one financial counseling with their own Coach, emailing questions and getting real answers any time!
  • Live webinars with special guests and members of the SeedCoach team reviewing the curriculum and answering questions.
  • Fundraising expertise and knowledge about important crowdfunding sites.

 

Hawaii Surrogacy Center is proud to partner with SeedCoach, and help the families we serve set and achieve their goals. We are confident that this program will give our families the financial guidance that they deserve throughout their surrogacy journey.

 

For more information visit: https://hawaiisurrogacy.fertilityfinancialguidance.com.

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