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The rewarding feeling I have gotten from my communication with others on our journey has been immediate, and extremely satisfying. It also helps me to discuss my enthusiasm for the organization that specializes in support of our battle, when so many people around us do not understand what we are going through. As Booker T. Washington said, 'If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else.'" Renee Hoyt, CT

Thanks to RESOLVE’s nationwide network of volunteers, no one has to face infertility alone. Volunteers are the voice of RESOLVE, representing and supporting the infertility community through support groups, educational programs, advocacy initiatives, and RESOLVE’s signature fundraising and awareness event, the Walk of Hope.  By volunteering for RESOLVE, you not only make a difference for the 7.3 million Americans living with infertility, you also help yourself by taking control and giving back no matter where you are on your infertility journey. Our goal is to ensure that every volunteer is trained, engaged, and empowered to make a difference in the lives of women and men living with infertility.

We have the following volunteer needs in every state:

  • Peer-Led Support Group (PLSG) Leaders:  Making connections and having someone to talk to is the best way to get through the crisis of infertility. RESOLVE has a straightforward process to help you decide if you are ready to make the commitment to start and lead a peer-led support group, and we provide ongoing training and resources to support you in this important role.
  • PLSG Coordinators: Peer-Led Support Group Coordinators answer questions about RESOLVE support groups in their area, serving as an ongoing resource for support group hosts and connecting people with support groups in their area.
  • Project PROTECT Advocates: We need you to help build our state advocacy infrastructure so RESOLVE is prepared to fight anti-family bills in any state. We are looking for people to engage in all levels of advocacy from sending e-mails, researching and tracking bills, to meeting with and educating state legislators about infertility. 
  • Walk of Hope: Visit resolve.org/walkofhope to see if we are coming to your area and lend a hand in organizing these grassroots events to raise awareness and funds for infertility.

Other interests?  Please contact Betsy Campbell, Manager of Constituent Services, at bcampbell@resolve.org to discuss how you can make a difference.