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LGBTQIA+ family building and the workplace: What HR leaders need to know

Supporting your LGBTQIA+ employees on the path to parenthood isn’t just a DEI box to check—it’s about recognizing, understanding, and celebrating their unique experiences.

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The modern LGBTQIA+ family-building experience

Why there’s still progress to be made

LGBTQIA+ adults are becoming parents at a dramatic rate. In fact, 77% of LGBTQIA+ millennials are either already parents or are considering having children. But for many, the paths to parenthood are often complicated by additional costs, discrimination, and legal challenges.

Download our e-book to learn about the obstacles many aspiring LGBTQIA+ parents face today and how you can better support your employees on their family-building journeys.

63%

of LGBTQIA+ people planning families expect to use assisted reproductive technology, foster care, or adoption to become parents

43%

of children of same-sex couples were adopted or stepchildren in 2019

$60k

average cost of IVF for successful outcomes

$120-150k

average cost of surrogacy in the U.S.

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Maven supports all women and families

Maven is the world’s largest virtual clinic for women’s and family health. Its unique care model enables employers and health plans to improve clinical outcomes and lower maternity-related costs, empowering parents to grow their families while growing their careers. Founded in 2014 by CEO Katherine Ryder, Maven has been recognized as Fast Company’s #1 Most Innovative Health Company. Maven has supported over 5 million women and families, and raised $90 million in funding from leading investors like Sequoia Capital, Oak HC/FT Partners, Icon Ventures, and Female Founders Fund.

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