Becoming an Egg Donor
Being a donor is the most rewarding gift a woman can give. Egg donation is a necessary step in helping many couples grow their families. NWED ensures that each donor we work with receives advanced screening, including genetic testing, a psychological evaluation and fertility screening. We also provide exceptional care and continued support services throughout the screening and donation process.
Why Northwest Egg Donation, LLC?
NWED offers great compensation to their qualified donors. Our intended families value you and your contribution to their family! NWED works primarily with Asian egg donors and compensates them up to $X0,000 per year, plus expenses. Compensation can include additional benefits, such as airfare, hotel and a per diem for travel.
We do the prescreening to get our donors matched and donating as quickly as possible. Unlike most independent agencies, NWSC does the genetic, psychological and fertility screening before you are matched. This allows you to be selected and donating more quickly.
NWED was founded by the team that leads Northwest Surrogacy Center. NWSC has over 21 years of experience working with the country’s most qualified legal and medical experts and is recognized for its individualized care from screening and pregnancy to baby’s birth and after. NWED brings the same level of care and support services as we provide at our surrogacy agency.
As an egg donor, you will receive the best medical care from the country’s most advanced fertility centers in San Francisco, California and Portland, Oregon.
We take the time to get to know all our egg donors and intended parents so that we can make rewarding matches!
Requirements for Being an Egg Donor
Becoming an egg donor is a rewarding experience, and our team is dedicated to making the process as comfortable as possible. If you are interested in becoming an egg donor and meet the minimum requirements, please contact us at 415.529.7133 / firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our online application (INSERT LINK).
Becoming an Egg Donor – Frequently Asked Questions
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