NWSC Oregon surrogate Alex shares her story with French magazine and website Tetu. She delivered for her French family in 2016 and 2018 — siblings!
Afternoon Live on KATU highlighted a NWSC family who grew through surrogacy. This piece talks about their process, their relationship with their surrogate, their egg donor, the delivery and sweet baby George.
NWSC surrogates Veronica and Anna tell their surrogacy stories on McMinnville, Oregon’s “Mandy and Friends”. Veronica has completed two surrogacies for international gay families and Anna worked with a single mother in the US. You’ll laugh, you’ll smile, you’ll cry!
NWSC surrogates Chelsie and Kristin tell their stories about Oregon surrogacy and international surrogacy. What was it like? Will they do it again? (spoiler: yes!) What was the relationship like with the families they worked with? How did their own families react? What were the funniest parts of the entire thing?
Two NWSC surrogates share their stories about their decision to do surrogacy, telling their families, the medications and IVF, the pregnancy, delivery, the legal aspects, the families and the sweet babies they delivered.
Four NWSC surrogates describe why they wanted to become a surrogate and other highlights of their journeys. How would they describe surrogacy? Would they do it again?
Our legal team discusses the surrogate contract, attorney representation, legal paths to parentage, and preparing for the delivery and more.
It’s so interesting to hear about surrogacy through the perspective of a surrogate’s husband! Learn from a NWSC surrogate and her husband about helping an international couple have a baby and the many ways surrogacy impacted their family.
NWSC surrogates Nikki and Erica talk about their surrogacy experiences including the matching process, IVF, egg donors, delivery, relationships and more. This event took place in our Portland, Oregon office.
NWSC co-founders John Chally and Sandy Hodgson give an overview of surrogacy for intended parents at the 2015 Men Having Babies NYC conference.
A French documentarian follows a Northwest Surrogacy Center intended family and a NWSC surrogate throughout their journey.
The documentary follows up with the twins, their French parents, and their NWSC surrogate Veronica in this honest and touching story.