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Become a Sperm Donor

Sperm donors in the greater Phoenix area help to create families all over the world. All healthy men between 18 – 39 are welcome to apply at the Phoenix Sperm Bank. We pride ourselves on operating a friendly, informal, and comfortable setting.

  • Donors earn $70 for each donation, up to $1,000 per month.
  • Free physical with our M.D.
  • Help create families all over the world.
Apply to be a donor

Directed Donors & Personal Storage

We help Directed Donors (individuals who stores sperm for a designated recipient other than his intimate spouse or partner) and Client Depositors (personal storage of our client's own sperm for later use) by providing:

  • Semen Analysis
  • Infectious Disease & Genetic Testing
  • Short / Long Term Storage.
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Purchase Donor Sperm

Through our partner, Seattle Sperm Bank, one of the nation’s leading sperm banks, we offer the highest level of Donors. We use industry leading screening methods, offer the highest vial quality, combined with personalized customer service.

Our $50 All Access Pass offers unlimited online access to Donor Profiles, Childhood Photos, Audio Interview, Medical History, Staff Impressions, and more.

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1 in 5

men have a low sperm count

60%

average number of Motile Sperm Cells

50%

of fertility issues involve the male partner

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