Do something amazing – give the gift of life

There are many people in the UK who need help from an egg donor to give them the chance of starting a family. We need amazing women like you to help make this possible.

Becoming an egg donor can be a rewarding experience and is one of the most generous gifts you can give. The reasons someone becomes a donor vary, but one thing they all share is a desire to help others achieve their dream of having a child.

An estimated one in six IVF treatments involve egg donation – but there is a national shortage of egg donors. As a result, many women who need donor eggs face a stressful and anxious wait to become a parent before a suitable donor is found.

The gift of egg donation and egg sharing can help make other people’s dreams of creating their own family come true.

Becoming an egg donor

If you meet the following criteria, you can donate or share eggs:

  • Aged 18-35
  • In good health, with no family history of hereditary illnesses or diseases
  • Have a BMI of between 18-30
  • A non-smoker

More reasons to donate

As an egg donor, not only will our donor team give you highest level of care and support, we also provide you with other benefits:

  • Understand your own fertility – you will receive a full Fertility Health + Wellbeing assessment, giving you an insight into your own fertility health
  • Compensation up to £750 – egg donation is an altruistic act; however, you will receive compensation to cover any expenses incurred during each donation cycle
  • Counselling support – throughout your donation journey you will receive support and implications counselling
  • Egg sharer – if you need IVF treatment yourself and meet the criteria to become a donor, you can be compensated with a heavily discounted IVF treatment package

Questions about donating?

Our donor team would be delighted to explain more about becoming a donor and answer any questions you may have.

To find out more, book a free Discovery call with our donor coordinator at a time to suit you. If you’re ready, take the first step and begin your application now.

Still looking for more information?

You may want to visit the HFEA’s information for past applicants for some frequently asked questions around donors and donations. Alternatively, if you were donor conceived and would like to find out more, this HFEA information on preparing to access identifying information about your donor may help you.