Kenya Moore Reveals An Infertility-Related Seminar For People Who Need Financial Assistance With IVF
Kenya Moore is really supportive of couples who desire a baby but have problems making one. She has been supportive of this cause since she, herself had such terrible issues.
She just let her fans and followers know that tomorrow they can attend an important seminar. Check out her message below.
'#Detroit For all of the People and families that need some financial assistance with IVF go to this seminar! This is a first step. @babyquestgrants has worked with this clinic and are looking for applicants. Having a miracle shouldn’t depend on money. Tag someone in Michigan that may need a grant! #babyquestgrants,' Kenya captioned her post.
Someone said: 'I have 2 IVF babies 21 & 18. So many advances in technology today. Thanks for sharing your story and destigmatizing infertility!!!' and another follower was extremely grateful to Kenya: 'Thanks Kenya for this work you do this will help a lot of women!'
One follower posted this: 'Amazing work you’re doing Kenya. Class act.'
A commenter also showed their gratitude: 'Thank you for always sharing your testimony. I went through IVF after trying to conceive for 15 years, and I’m going to tell my testimony until God takes me home. Our testimony uplifts those who feel like throwing in the towel. You are truly a blessing❤️'
One other commenter wrote: 'I can't wait for my babies, I'm having my first IVF cycle next week, sending ya'll baby dust.'
Another one of Kenya's diehard fans told her, 'I like that you’ve been open and honest about your fertility journey. I have one healthy IVF baby and another one on the way now. I’ve always been open about it myself. It only helps other women.'
Someone else wrote: 'Thank you, Kenya! These seminars are always so informative and present such a great opportunity to ask the doctors questions directly! Looking forward to attending in support of RMA and BQ on Thursday!'
Kenya's fans have always appreciated that she opened up to them about her very own health issues.