Become an egg donor and change lives.

Bring dreams to life by becoming an egg donor and earn generous compensation and benefits.

Give the gift of family.

Becoming an egg donor is a wonderful and fulfilling experience for many women. Egg donors have the opportunity to help people struggling with infertility achieve their dream of having a family, and they can take pride in knowing that they are making a meaningful contribution to someone's life. In addition to the emotional benefits, egg donation also provides financial compensation, which can be helpful for achieving your personal goals.

Ivy League egg donors needed!

There is a significant demand for highly accomplished egg donors who are pursuing or have earned advanced degrees from reputable universities. Intended parents seeking an egg donor often look for someone who is intelligent and accomplished, and pursuing or having a degree from an Ivy League institution is seen as a desirable trait. The academic achievements and intellectual capabilities of these donors are viewed as important traits to pass on to future children. Highly educated, smart egg donors with good SAT scores, with advanced degrees from a prestigious university will receive above average compensation.

Compensation.

As an egg donor you give intended parents the opportunity to have a family while also receiving financial and medical benefits. Earn above average compensation that can be used for higher educational, pay off debt, travel, or help achieve other personal goals. The starting range for a first-time egg donor is $10,000 and increases for each additional cycle. Donors of specific ethnicities or hard to find traits will often receive higher compensation. We also have clients looking for Ivy League students and compensation offered is in the range of $25-50,000.

Benefits:

  • Potential for personal growth and self-discovery
  • Opportunity to help someone in need
  • Learn about your health through the medical process
  • Learn about your genetics
  • All expenses paid

Requirements.

To become an egg donor please make sure you meet the following requirements:

  • U.S. Citizen
  • Between the ages of 21 and 29
  • Have a BMI of 26 or below (calculate your BMI here)
  • Non-smoker
  • No excessive drinker
  • No drug user
  • No history of substance abuse
  • No criminal record

Give the gift of life.

Help create or expand a family that could not exist without the effort and kindness of an egg donor.

Generous compensation.

Earn compensation that can be used to help finance educational goals, pay off debt, travel or help achieve other personal goals.

Free medical screenings.

You learn more about your own fertility and genetics through the medical screening process.

Words from our donors.

Frequently asked questions.

What is the process after I submit my application?

After you submit your full profile, genetic questionnaire, photos, and educational verifications the completed application package will be reviewed by our donor team. If your profile meets industry standards you will be invited to join our program. If you do not meet our criteria, we will inform you of our decision to not invite your participation in our program and we will give you an explanation of our reasons for that decision. Once we accept you to be an egg donor with our program we will immediately begin presenting you to intended parents.

How long does it take to be matched with a family?

The time it takes to match a donor with a family depends on the families looking for a donor and the specific characteristics they are seeking. Sometimes we match a donor on the first day she is presented to families; other times the wait may be a few months.  Matching a donor with a family involves finding a connection between the two based on genetics, personality, cultural traits, personal interests, and life values.

Is the procedure painful?

Most donors say that the fear of injections is worse than the injections themselves. The staff at the IVF center will instruct donors on how to administer medications with minimal discomfort. Donors do not feel pain during the retrieval procedure because they are under anaesthesia. After the procedure, donors may experience some cramping and tiredness, but the IVF center will provide instructions on pain management.

Address

10 Dorrance St Suite 700, Providence, RI 02903, United States

Phone

401 496 8161

E-mail

info@elitedonorsolutions.com


Matching exceptional donors with growing families.

Egg donation involves a screening process. Not all potential egg donors are selected. Not all selected egg donors receive the monetary amounts or compensation advertised. As with any medical procedure, there may be risks associated with human egg donation. Before an egg donor agrees to begin the egg donation process, and signs a legally binding contract, she is required to receive specific information on the known risks of egg donation. Consultation with your doctor prior to entering into an egg donor contract is advised.