New Life’s Egg Donation Program
At New Life, we believe that egg donation is more than just the donation of eggs. It is a selfless gift of life that requires dedication to the program and processes involved, sacrifice of personal time and willingness to help a couple achieve their dreams of parenthood as they become a family. Through our programs, we have been blessed to become part of thousands of stories with the births of beautiful, healthy babies, and as a donor, you can enrich the lives of others with the gift of life.
We thank you for your interest in our egg donation program and invite you to learn more about New Life Egg Donor Agency and what it means to become an egg donor with us. We are happy to discuss any questions you have as you learn more about the process of egg donation and what your specific role and responsibilities would be if you were to join this extraordinary group of young women.
A Unique, Rewarding Experience
When you choose to become an egg donor with New Life, we want you to feel confident, comfortable and safe at all times. Our commitment to our egg donors is what makes us different from any other egg donation agency. We go a step above to make sure your selfless gift is both rewarding and easy. Some lab work, testing, and interviews can be completed at our conveniently located local clinics, which have flexible hours including some evenings and weekends to allow you to find a time and location that works best for you. Our team of physicians, registered nurses and staff is comprised of professionals in the infertility community for ease of communication. This means you will always have access to someone that understands your concerns and is happy to talk to you to keep you as stress- and anxiety-free as possible.
The Families We Help
As an egg donor, you would be helping a variety of couples achieve their dream of parenthood, such as:
- Members of the LGBT community
- Couples in which one partner has a communicable disease (e.g. HIV) that can be passed to the baby
- Women who are unable to conceive or carry a pregnancy to term
There are many reasons why these different families choose egg donation. In many cases, the couple is facing infertility or struggles that reduce their chances of successful conception via IVF, which makes the procedure prohibitively expensive. Other reasons include:
- Advanced maternal age
- Family history of genetic disease (e.g. chromosome abnormalities, cystic fibrosis, mental illness or muscular dystrophy)
- History of cancer
- History of miscarriage or late-term pregnancy failure
- Inability to conceive because of gender
- Low viability eggs
- Multiple IVF failures with the female’s own eggs
- Premature menopause
- Unviable eggs
How to Become a New Life Egg Donor
If you are interested in becoming a New Life egg donor, please send us an e-mail for more information or fill out our preliminary application. Once your application has been received, we will review your information and contact you with further details if you are qualified to become a donor. If you are qualified, we will ask you to meet with us at one of our offices for an interview. If you live far away and an in-person interview is not feasible, please let us know so we can arrange a phone interview to discuss our program. We look forward to meeting you and talking about how you can become part of our life-changing programs as we help couples become families.
It is a huge responsibility to be selected to serve as an egg donor. You have to fulfill certain criteria to establish your suitability. At New Life Egg Donation Center, basic program qualifications typically include the following:
- Women between the ages of 18 – 30
- Healthy, non smoking or drug use
- Height and weight within normal range
- Free from STD’s (Sexually Transmitted Disease)
- Having regular periods
- Without serious psychological disorder
- Willing to undergo medical and psychological evaluation
- Ready to proceed with the egg donation program
You are welcome to fill out the Online Application Form. You will be kindly asked to fill in the comprehensive questionnaire asking about medical history, physical attributes, and personal characteristics. If you are eligible for the program, you will move on the second part of the application process. Egg donor coordinator will contact you for an interview during which time the process will be covered in detail and program details will be addressed.