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Why become an egg donor?

Egg donation is an altruistic act that enables another woman to have a family of her own. By donating your eggs you are helping someone else fulfil a dream.

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Empower other women

A shortage of donors in the UK means that the supply of donor eggs is low. Many women face long waiting lists before they can start treatment. By donating your eggs you are giving another woman the opportunity to become a mother.

Be an advocate

One in six couples in the UK are affected by infertility. Your actions will encourage other women to come forward and donate too and help break the stigma of talking about infertility.

One In Six

Pass on your genes

If you are unsure if you wish to become a mother yourself, donating your eggs is a good way to pass on your genes for future generations.

Learn about your own fertility

To become an egg donor you’ll need a full fertility assessment along with genetic tests – these will check if your eggs are suitable and detect any hereditary diseases. The assessment will give you a detailed picture of your own fertility health.

And as a thank you…

You’ll receive £750 for each egg donation cycle that you complete. So, although it’s an altruistic act, we make sure that you are covered for any financial losses you incur while taking the time to donate.

Our donors are just like you

We have seen more than 5000 women over the past few years and more than 1000 women have successfully fulfilled our criteria. Our donors come from all walks of life but they all have in common the intention to help other women.

Could you become an egg donor?

Make a real difference to another woman’s life. Your generosity will give another woman the chance of having a family of her own. Be part of something bigger. Apply today.

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