Become an Egg Donor

As an egg donor, you will be playing an integral part of the intended parents’ life journey towards having a family they have always dreamed of.

Why Become an Egg Donor?

There are a variety of reasons intended parents require egg donors. For example, many LGBTQ+ couples are unable to provide their eggs. Other couples capable of providing an egg may be hesitant to do so out of concern that they might pass on unfavorable traits to their baby. These reasons are typically private, and you may not always be privy to the narrative behind a person’s decision to utilize an Egg Donor. Regardless of the reason, when you donate your eggs, you assist a family in fulfilling their desire to have a child.


Years Old

Does Not
Use Drugs

Does Not

No Hereditary
Genetic Disorders

No Infectious or
Transmittable Diseases

Physically and
Mentally Healthy

Pass Psychological

Healthy Weight
and Height Ratio

Have Reliable


International Students
Are Welcome

The Egg Donation Process

What You Should Expect When Becoming an Egg Donor

Before becoming an egg donor, you must submit the initial application. This application verifies that you meet the minimum standards for egg donation. After you apply, a member of our staff will contact you.

Once your initial application is accepted, you will undergo a virtual pre-screening with us. This virtual pre-screening will last approximately 15 to 20 minutes, during which you will meet our staff and discuss any questions regarding the egg donation process. After completing the virtual pre-screening, we will finalize your application and proceed with the matching phase. Depending on the number of prospective parents we have at the time, the matching process may take a few weeks or longer.

Once matched with the intended parents, you will come in for medical screening, which includes a medical examination, genetic screening, lab tests, drug screenings, and STD screenings. After obtaining medical clearance, you will speak with our psychologist for psychosocial clearance before proceeding with the legal process.

During the legal process, you will first review the terms of the legal contract with the attorney. After you and the intended parents have signed the legal contract, your IVF clinic will provide you with a cycle calendar specifying when you will begin medications, attend appointments to monitor egg growth, and undergo egg retrieval. You will receive compensation for your time and effort upon completion of the egg retrieval.


The program is completely anonymous with short term commitment with approximately 8-10 appointments. Some of the responsibilities of an egg donor are to

  • Fill out the application comprehensively and honestly
  • Able to answer phone calls, listen to voicemails, and check your emails regularly
  • Attend each appointment and meeting on time
  • Review and sign all consents and contracts promptly
  • Submit to infectious disease screening and drug tests at any given time during the process
  • Attend one follow up appointment at the end of the cycle

Egg Donor Compensation

How Are Egg Donors Paid and Compensated?

Egg donors are compensated generously for their contribution to the egg donation process. Options in Family’s compensation vary based on a multitude of circumstances, including the number of eggs given and whether or not the donor displays desirable attribute. The intended parents are responsible for all expenses involved with an egg donation, including medical exams, transportation, and any legal representation that may be required. You can submit your application to become an egg donor by clicking the button below. Please fill out the form below if you are interested in learning more about egg donation.

Becoming an egg donor is a selfless act that provides families with the opportunity to have children. Please complete reach out to us if you are interested in being an egg donor. We would be delighted to respond to any inquiries you may have regarding egg donation. We thank you for your thoughtfulness and time.

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