Sperm donors are men from a variety of backgrounds who share common excellence. Some are students, many of whom attend top-tier schools. Others are professionals in fields such as medicine, law, or public service.
Sperm donors vary widely in regard to ethnicity, culture and religious backgrounds, but they are all bright, honest and committed.
Making a sperm donation is one of the most generous things a man can do, as it gives others the chance to have a baby.
The reasons for people needing to access donor sperm are varied, couples having difficulty conceiving because of male reproductive issues, single women who want to have a child.
Sperm donors meet with our counselor to discuss the social, ethical and legal implications of sperm donation. During this time they provide complete profile about themselves, provide a family medical history, and also sign consent forms for donation.
Once a sperm donor applicant meets these basic requirements he may then be asked to move on to our qualification screening process.
Ultimately, acceptance into our donor program comes only after potential sperm donors meet the high standards set forth in our qualification process.
But once accepted, those in the program will know that their sperm donation will change lives and make dreams of family a reality.
TYPES OF SPERM DONATION
The sperm donor is anonymous and will remain anonymous.
Donors will be willing to be known or couples are allowed to come with their own donor who could be a friend or relative.
However attention is paid to the ethical, psychological and moral issues involved in using a known donor.
Sperm donor can be used for insemination.
Basic Requirements for Sperm Donors
- At least 5'9'' tall
- Between 19 and 38 years old
- Sexual partners are exclusively female
- Currently attending a four-year university, or already hold a bachelors or advanced degree
- Are in good health