Advocacy Day

Advocacy Day is a RESOLVE event where the infertility community comes together to talk to Members of Congress about important issues, like increased access to family building options and financial relief.

RESOLVE has transformed the 2023 Federal Advocacy Day into an engaging, virtual event. The time is now to get organized, be loud, and show up.

Family building issues are bi-partisan and we need to find support where we can.

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How to Get Involved

Register

Registration opens soon. 

Send a Letter to Congress

We make it easy! Use our tool to quickly and easily send a letter to your congress members. Coming soon.

Share on Social Media

Share your support for Advocacy Day 2023 bills and priorities by tagging your Members of Congress and posting or tweeting sample messages here. Coming soon.

Donate

Donate in honor of the advocates from your state and send a message of encouragement to them.

Volunteer

The Advocacy Day Committee is comprised of a group of exceptional and dedicated volunteers. Learn more here.

What is Advocacy Day?

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This year RESOLVE’s Advocacy Day will be in partnership with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Advocacy Day is a RESOLVE event where the infertility community comes together to talk to Members of Congress about important issues, like increased access to family building options and financial relief.

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“I had been told over and over again that I would walk away feeling empowered. They were right. I was heard…Our community was heard.”

What to Expect

You will spend your day with women and men who care about the same things you care about. Many of our advocates have experienced infertility or are still on their journey to parenthood. You will come together and your voice will be heard!

RESOLVE will schedule your conference call appointments for you and provide you with a schedule on Advocacy Day through a mobile app. All Advocacy Day participants will attend training before your scheduled appointments. You will also receive a pdf of materials as well as receive in-depth training regarding the issues and talking points for the appointments. You will meet your fellow advocates virtually through online calls and emails with your State Captain and State Delegation.

FAQs

Advocate Training Resources

The following advocate training resources are designed to prepare you for your appointments with Members of Congress. The virtual morning training the day of your appointments is jam-packed and so a little preparation ahead of time will help. You should start reading the information at the top and work your way to the bottom, ending with several “to dos” that will have you very prepared to have successful meetings with your Members of Congress.

Advocacy Day Video Library