63% of LGBTQ+ people are forming families using assisted reproductive technology.
Maternal mortality rates for Black mothers are more than 3x higher than those for white mothers — and most of these deaths are preventable.
1.1 billion women worldwide will have experienced menopause by 2025.
Carrot supports lifelong fertility healthcare and family-forming care for every person, on every fertility journey — regardless of age, race, income, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, or geography.
Get support through fertility education, egg and sperm freezing, IVF, pregnancy and postpartum, gestational surrogacy, adoption, menopause, low testosterone, and more.
The Carrot Card expands access to high-quality care by removing the need to pay for care up front and wait for reimbursement.
For a gay couple like my partner and I, it’s especially important…this makes you feel included. It makes you feel like you’re an important part of the organization.” – William P.
Every Carrot member receives personalized care, every step of the way, with a Carrot Plan guiding their journey.
The Carrot Card is a one-of-a-kind, innovative payment solution to simplify fertility and family-forming care around the world.
After utilizing Carrot's pregnancy and postpartum support, 9 out of 10 employees return to work.
“Carrot is a benefit that will absolutely change people’s lives. It’s easy to implement, easy to manage — it’s really a no brainer to add Carrot.”
When Trystan transitioned, doctors told him he would not be able to get pregnant. But today, Trystan and his partner, Biff, have three children. Hear the story of how he built his family.
Employers can support their employees well beyond their fertility and pregnancy journeys.
What are your LGBTQ+ employees going through as they navigate fertility and family-forming care?
“To be supportive of DE&I initiatives, it wouldn’t make sense to offer just to U.S. employees and not equitably to the rest of the population.”
As HR leaders, understanding that fertility benefits can help you reach your DEI goals is a good start, but to truly promote DEI, it’s important to understand what inclusivity really means.