An increasing number of employers are offering family forming benefits to their employees. Our Anova team regularly works with benefits providers to help coordinate the coverage of fertility care. Connect with our Client Care team today to learn more.
Below are a list of companies who currently offer family forming benefits*. If you do not see your company listed, we have developed resources below to share with your employer.
Apple (Canada): Egg freezing and storageBank of Montreal: $20,000 for fertility treatments, $20,000 for medication, $20,000 for surrogacy expensesChanel: Unlimited coverage for fertility careCIBC: $30,000 for fertility treatments and medication, and $15,000 for surrogacy expensesCisco: $50,000 for fertility treatments, $20,000 for surrogacy or donor costsCoke Canada: $20,000 for fertility treatments, $20,000 for medicationDeloitte (US): $15,000 for IVF treatmentsFacebook: $100,000 for up to 4 IVF cycles, egg freezingFidelity Canada: $15,000 for IVFFord Canada: Undisclosed amount for fertility medicationsGoogle: $75,000 for IVF treatment, egg freezing, surrogacy expensesKPMG: Undisclosed amount for fertility treatments, medication, and surrogacy related expensesLeague: $5,000 for IVF or similar fertility treatmentsLinkedIn: $100,000 for 3 IVF cycles
Manulife: Up to $20,000 for fertility treatments, medication and surrogacy supportMicrosoft: $50,000 for IVF, egg freezingPinterest: 2 cycles of IVF, 1 cycle of egg freezing, surrogacy benefitsPwC: $10,000 for fertility treatments, $10,000 for medication Royal Bank of Canada: $20,000 for fertility treatments, $20,000 for medication, $20,000 for surrogacy related expensesSalesforce: $75,000 for 3 IVF cycles Scotiabank: $30,000 for fertility treatments and surrogacy expensesSpotify: Unlimited IVF cyclesSnap Inc: $65,000 for fertility treatments, $130,000 for surrogacy or donor costsStarbucks: $35,000 for fertility treatments and surrogacySunlife Canada: $15,000 for fertility treatments and medicine TD Bank: $20,000 for each partner for fertility treatments, medication and surrogacyTelus: $15,000 for fertility treatments and medicationWalmart: Undisclosed amount for fertility treatments
In a 2019 survey, over 78% of participants indicated it is important to them that their insurance cover fertility treatment. Demand for family forming benefits is increasing exponentially, and many employees are willing to change jobs to get them. Providing these benefits allows your company to better attract, retain and support your team members.
Family building is an emotional journey that can take a toll on physical, emotional and financial well-being. A supported employee is a happy employee, and companies with high morale are more productive, have higher retention and deliver better quality.
Providing equitable and inclusive family forming benefits to 2SLGBTQI+ employees shows tangible steps toward positive change.
EMPLOYERS, ADD FAMILY FORMING BENEFITS TO YOUR PORTFOLIO TODAY!
If the family forming benefits offered by your current health insurance provider do not cover what you need, you can seek coverage through an external insurance provider such as Carrot or Progyny, both of which specialize in fertility benefits. The following benefits should be covered through a family forming benefits program:
Our team is here to help. Contact us today for additional resources to support your discussion with your employer.
* Company benefits listed above are subject to change without notice.
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