5 Reasons To Become A Sperm Donor

5 Reasons to Become A Sperm Donor

Donating sperm has emotional, financial, and altruistic benefits. So if you’ve ever considered donating, and you’re a healthy male between the ages of 18 and 39, this post is for you. Here are some of the biggest reasons to become a donor.

Help others realize their dream
This is your chance to be a hero! Because for single women, lesbian couples, infertile couples, and families of all kinds hoping to conceive a child, sperm donors are exactly that. Imagine the feeling of satisfaction you’ll get from having a positive effect on the lives of those seeking to start a family. You can help them achieve their dream.

Earn extra money
Need some extra money each month? Donating sperm is a worthwhile and consistent way to pad your income. Donors earn $100 for each donation, so healthy men could earn up to $1,500 per month – all while helping others start a family.

Get regular medical care
When you apply to be a donor, you’ll learn about the health of your sperm including your sperm count and motility. But that’s just the beginning. When you donate with us you’ll get a complete physical exam at the start of the process, plus regular wellness exams every six months as long as you remain an active donor. We also do genetic testing so you’ll receive valuable insights into your complete medical history. Even after you are no longer an active donor, you’ll still be eligible to get a free annual physical exam at our clinic. Consider it your reward for a job well done.

You are in demand!
Donor sperm is currently in short supply, and demand is rising, so your donations are needed more than ever. This is true of healthy males from all races, ethnicities, and religions.

Make a positive contribution and give the gift of life
Deciding whether to donate sperm is a big decision. We want you to be completely comfortable with your choice, so we have counselors and medical staff available to answer your questions and address your concerns.

Becoming a donor is not a quick process as it requires testing and a brief waiting period. But should you qualify, you’ll find the effort is worthwhile and the benefits are significant – both for you and for those you help.