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.
Latest findings from the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority show one in six IVF treatments in 2019 involved 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.
Can you become an egg donor?
If you meet the following criteria, you can donate 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
Why become an egg donor?
- Understand your own fertility – you will receive a full Fertility Health + Wellbeing assessment, giving you an insight into your own fertility health
- Compensation of £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
What is involved in donating?
Our donor coordinator would be delighted to explain more about becoming a donor and answer any questions you may have.
Book a free discovery call with our donor coordinator at a time to suit you, to find out more. Or, complete the form below by clicking ‘Egg donation form’ and a member of our team will be in contact with you.