Become an Egg Donor
All ethnicities are encouraged and welcomed. Generous financial compensation is offered for this service. Compensation is between $4,500 – $5,000 and payment occurs after the egg retrieval, and with a clean drug screen. All donations are strictly confidential and non-disclosed.
Click here or on the logo above to reach the SCF egg donor Instagram! Egg donors make parenthood possible for a number of our patients who are unable to produce their own eggs. We have an ever-growing need for compassionate women who are willing to take the journey of egg donation.
The process of egg donation can span over a period of months. Each applicant must submit to a physical exam, genetic screening, and hormonal testing to meet eligibility requirements. Once a donor has achieved eligibility, a single egg donation cycle will take approximately three weeks.
Reaching the decision to donate eggs takes special consideration and self-reflection. While we appreciate all applications, we understand that this journey is not for everyone.
We are seeking donors who possess the following characteristics:
- Age: 20 – 31
- Reliable & Compassionate
- Healthy BMI and family medical history
- Flexibility in schedule to accommodate frequent visits
- Enrolled in college, have a college degree, or show success in your career
- Regular monthly periods
- Non-smoker/Drug free
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
— Mahatma Gandhi
What to Expect:
- Egg donation involves self-administered injections
- A donation cycle does not deplete long-term egg reserve
- SpringCreek participates in non-disclosed donations, we will not release your identity to future parents
- The retrieval procedure (the process of retrieving eggs from the ovaries) involves anesthesia and has side effects including, but not limited to, bloating, surgical discomfort, and nausea. The majority of these symptoms dissipate within a couple of weeks after the procedure.
- Our donors have a team of IVF Nurses and Specialists to guide them through the process, and provide support when needed