10 Things You Need to Know About the Adoption Tax Credit and How You Can Help Save It!

The Adoption Tax Credit has been a hallmark of family building legislation since 1997. On December 31, 2012, the adoption tax credit is set to expire or “sunset.” Now is the time to make a difference for thousands of Americans. Here are the top ten things you need to know about the adoption tax credit […]

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Approaching the End of My Tenure as President of the RNE Board of Directors: Celebrating Growth

Amy Demma shares her reflections on serving as RESOLVE New England Board President. Summer is just about halfway over and I am more than halfway through my tenure as President of the Board of Directors at RESOLVE New England. We have accomplished much in 2012, from the most simple to the most disciplined efforts to […]

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Legislative Victory in New Hampshire

Today, the New Hampshire House voted to uphold the Governor’s veto of House Bill 217, effectively killing this piece of legislation that could have greatly impacted the New Hampshire infertility community’s access to care. A Special Message from Our Executive Director, Erin Lasker: On behalf of RESOLVE New England, I want to thank all of […]

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Advocacy Day 2012: Will You Be There to Represent New England?

Each year, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association hosts Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. This year’s Advocacy Day will take place on Wednesday, April 25th, right in the middle of National Infertility Awareness Week. What is Advocacy Day? Advocacy Day is a unique opportunity for men and women from all over the country […]

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Why I Volunteer: Giving Back to RESOLVE New England

This week, a special post from one of our volunteers. Why do I volunteer for RESOLVE New England? It allows me to give back to an organization that has given so much to me. It also helps me get out of bed on bad days. I have been struggling with infertility for six years, and […]

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Is Giving Really Better Than Receiving?

This past Christmas I gave my nieces and nephews a gift that many people told me I was crazy to give. The told me they will hate the gift and I will go to the bottom of the list of favorite Aunt. I gathered them around, warned them that they probably would not like the […]

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