Repromed partners with Gingernut’s Angels

Repromed is delighted to officially partner with Gingernut’s Angels, a wonderful initiative led by Jaimee Lupton that provides fertility financial support for those who need it.

Grants up to $10,000 will be open to New Zealanders from all walks of life, with applications open 1st – 30th June 2024.

Our clinic will be providing a discount on the cost of IVF treatment for recipients of Gingernut’s Angels grants, to lower the ‘gap’ of costs for treatment.

We’re also proud to have our Medical Director, Dr Devashana Gupta, appointed as a ‘Guardian Angel’, helping advise on the selection of grant recipients.  

Find out more on the Gingernut’s Angels website – including how to apply for a grant and donate funds to this incredible cause.


What is the grant amount available?

Up to $10,000 (including GST), depending on the request for treatment made. This grant payment is made directly to Repromed from Gingernut’s Angels.

What can the grant be used for?

Repromed is offering a discounted fixed price exclusively for Gingernut’s Angels grant recipients across the following treatments:

  • In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
  • Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
  • Frozen Embryo Transfers (FET)
  • Egg freezing

What isn’t covered?

Any other treatments and services, other than those listed above. See the Gingernut’s Angels website for full details here.

Who is eligible to apply for a grant?

Almost everyone is eligible to apply. See the Gingernut’s Angels website for eligibility criteria here:

What is the timing to apply for the grant?

  • Grant application dates: 1st – 30th June 2024
  • Notification to grant recipients: 1st August – 30th September 2024
  • Treatment dates: 1st October – 31st December 2024

How can I donate to Gingernut’s Angels?

Amazing! Please visit the Gingernut’s Angels fundraising page here.

Any queries?

Please visit for all the details.

Megan Black

Nurse Manager


Megan leads the nursing team through the continually changing face of IVF. She works in a multidisciplinary team, providing the essential organization between the doctors and laboratory and ensuring communication between all departments.

Megan started her IVF nursing career in the United Kingdom, working in two large London clinic’s before returning to New Zealand. She is also the Secretary of Fertility Nurses of Australasia.

I love working with people and see nursing as a vocation, not a job. I usually spend my downtime absorbed in a good book and planning my next travel adventure.