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Egg donors
Are you ready to make a life-changing impact by becoming an egg donor? We understand the profound significance of this selfless act, and we’re here to guide you every step of the way.
When it comes to egg donation, our Private Label Surrogacy™ Egg Donor Program prides itself on providing a safe, supportive, and empowering environment for both egg donors and intended parents. Our team of professionals is dedicated to ensuring a smooth and rewarding experience for everyone involved.


  • Be between the ages of 21 – 29
  • Have a healthy BMI (<30)
  • Be a non-smoker
  • Tobacco, vaping, drug & STD free
  • College degree preferred or high school diploma at minimum

Become an egg donor and make a difference

By becoming an egg donor through our Private Label Surrogacy™ Egg Donor Program, you have the extraordinary opportunity to help individuals and couples fulfill their dreams of parenthood. Your decision can make a profound impact on the lives of intended parents.

We prioritize your well-being and offer a comprehensive support system throughout your journey. We ensure that all our egg donors receive the highest level of care, both medically and emotionally. Our dedicated team is here to answer your questions and provide guidance at every stage.

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The Egg Donor Program Pillars

Compassionate Guidance

Our experienced team understands the unique needs and concerns of egg donors. We provide personalized support and guidance to ensure your comfort and peace of mind throughout your journey.

Updated Screening Process

We believe in maintaining the highest standards of safety and quality. Our thorough screening process ensures that both you and the intended parents are well-matched and ready for this life-changing journey.

Generous Compensation

As an egg donor, you will receive generous compensation of $10,000+* for your time, effort, and commitment. We value the incredible gift you’re giving and strive to provide fair and competitive compensation packages.

Get started today by completing our pre-application form


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After passing the pre-screening and submitting your final application, our Donor Intake Coordinator will contact you to discuss our program. We will ask you to provide about 10 photos for your profile ranging from early on to current. Most of the pictures should be recent and show your best self. Intended Parents are usually looking for a donor who looks like you can fit into their family but some are looking for other criteria in addition to physical characteristics.

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During this step you will meet with a Mental Health Provider (MHP) several times to discuss the emotional, physical and social impact of egg donation and your commitment to the process. The intended parents are very appreciative of your donation and this selfless act, and count on you to be honest and trustworthy. During your meeting with the MHP, you will be asked to complete a questionnaire which is also called a personality inventory. Don’t worry, just be yourself and be truthful.

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Your application, pictures and personality information will be provided to prospective intended parent(s). (No identifying information is included.) When the intended parents choose you as a match, you will be contacted with the details. You may decide to meet the parents you’ve matched with in person, just through email, or you can choose to have no contact at all. This decision will be mutually agreed upon and will become part of your legal agreement.

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You will meet with an attorney who specializes in assisted reproductive technology law to review your egg donor agreement. All questions you have regarding your donation from a legal standpoint will be answered by your attorney. They are not intimidating and are very easy to talk with when you need them. You will likely have a meeting to go over the document and if need be, can address more questions as they arise in the future..

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The first time you meet with the physician at the fertility clinic, you will have lab testing done as well as a pelvic ultrasound (not painful) to view your ovaries and uterus. The staff will be looking for normal results on your lab work including infectious disease, hormone and drug testing among other genetic screening. The results will be reported to you when they are finalized. The hopeful parents will be told when your labs are back and if normal, when you can start the medication for the donation.

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You will give yourself several injectable medications throughout your donation process, usually over a two week period. The egg retrieval process itself takes about 10 minutes, during which you will be sedated. After the procedure you will be sleepy for a few hours and should rest for the remainder of the day. Post care instructions will be given to you, and as always, your PLS Egg Donor Coordinator will be checking in with you throughout the donation process.

Get started today by completing our pre-application form

Egg Donor Compensation


First-time egg donors who complete a whole cycle


Compensation for repeat egg donors will vary based on your level of experience
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