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Fertility

Fertility loan up to $20,000

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With a fertility loan from Hebrew Free Loan of San Francisco, you can get help with the costs of fertility treatments, including IVF (in vitro fertilization), IUI (intrauterine insemination), cryopreservation (freezing of eggs, sperm, or embryos), embryo adoption, or surrogacy. May also cover diagnostic testing. Fertility loans are available to individuals or couples.

Hebrew Free Loan is based on principles found in the Torah, in which we are commanded not to derive personal benefit — i.e. not to charge interest — when we lend money to assist those in need. Click here to watch a short video about Parashat Mishpatim, the Torah section that contains these teachings.

We’ve proven the success of our model with a repayment rate of over 99.5%. That’s the beauty of interest-free lending. As loans are repaid, funds are recycled to make new loans. Many loan recipients also participate in our Full Circle Club, in which former borrowers pay forward the help they received by donating Hebrew Free Loan to help the next person in need.

If you’re unsure what loan type to apply for, select the one that seems like the best fit. A loan officer will work with you to figure out what type of loan will be most helpful.

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