Egg Donation 101

Exceptional Care For Exceptional People

At GNF Egg Donation, we believe in empowering women in any and all capacities, including utilizing and becoming egg donors.

Why are egg donors so incredibly important? It’s because 1 in 8 couples are affected by infertility in the U.S. That’s nearly 7 million people each year who have trouble conceiving. 

On top of that, single individuals and couples from same-sex relationships need assistance when it comes to family building.

Women who donate their eggs with Generation Next Fertility give the greatest gift of all – the opportunity to have a family.

The Screening Process

Before any egg donation cycle can begin, a multi-stage screening process takes place. This ensures that all of our donors are healthy, both mentally and physically.

The first step is super easy, simply apply online by clicking the button below.

Complete our pre-screening process and if eligible receive $25 for the first step and $50 for the second step.

This will be important information about yourself and your medical history, as well as the health history of your family – your children, parents, siblings, nieces/nephews, grandparents, aunts/uncles, and first cousins. Submit this information along with a copy of your photo ID and pictures of yourself.

Complete a basic blood test and receive $50. If eligible, you will be asked to have bloodwork. Based on those results we will preliminarily determine if you are eligible to move forward with the next step in the egg donation application process.

Meet with our egg donor team and complete further testing.

If accepted as an egg donor, receive $375. If not eligible, receive $125.

After the results to the blood test are received, you may be invited to our office to meet our team and complete the remainder of the screenings.

Complete an egg donation cycle and receive up to $10,000.

Once you have been accepted to become an egg donor, we will coordinate for you to complete your egg donation cycle.

Meet our Donor Egg Team