Egg Donation is a caring, compassionate act that may provide the gift of parenthood to someone who otherwise would never have that opportunity.
For many women, egg donation is emotionally and financially rewarding. Same Love Surrogacy egg donors receive fair compensation, and all related expenses are paid by the intended parents. All the Same Love Surrogacy principals have been surrogates or have become parents via surrogacy; we are passionately committed to helping our clients become parents and intimately aware of the critically important role the egg donor plays in that journey.
At Same Love Surrogacy, egg donors are highly valued members of our surrogacy services with an essential role in helping our intended parents create a family. Many women are unable to conceive for a variety of reasons: disease, aging, chromosomal abnormalities, early menopause, premature ovarian failure, or poor egg quality. Many gay men also yearn to have families. Egg donors offer the solution to what can be, for many couples and single intended parents, a heartbreaking lack in their lives.
Thank you for your compassion and concern.
If you feel egg donation is for you, please take a few moments to fill out our easy, online application. If you meet the initial qualifications to become an egg donor, one of our experienced guides will contact you to explain the screening and matching processes.
The ideal SLS Egg Donor is a woman between the ages of 21 and 29.
A woman who lives a healthy lifestyle and has a clean medical history.
A women who has completed some advanced studies and is genuinely committed to the donation process.
A potential egg donor can complete our application and prescreening questionnaire.
If you meet our initial selection criteria, you will be notified by phone or email and asked to complete some SLS documents.
After these documents are completed, that you can proceed to becoming an active profile in our egg donor database.
Your profile will include information about you, your family, and your medical history, as well as personal photos. (No personal information is ever given to an Intending Parent).