1 in 5
men have a low sperm count
If you’re a healthy man of any race or ethnicity between the ages of 18 and 39, we encourage you to apply to be a sperm donor.
Donating your sperm will really make a difference. There is a shortage of donor sperm in a number of countries throughout the world, and the demand is increasing. Imagine the feeling of knowing you have helped create a complete family. This is why we have made the process as simple and flexible as possible.
We provide a full health check-up upon entry into our program and every six months thereafter for active donors. We will also provide extensive genetic screening. Even after you retire from our program you are elligble for a free annual physical.
Our clinic is located right next to the University of Washington campus and University Village. We strive to make everyone feel welcome and our approach is very professional, though we try to keep the tone informal.
An open identity (or open ID) sperm donor is one who agrees to at least one form of contact with any donation-born offspring once the child turns 18. Due to its transparency, open ID is the most popular option among sperm banks in the U.S. It’s also the
Many factors affect the sperm quality of any man. In order to maximize the quality, and improve your overall health, some simple steps can be taken. To get a better understanding of where you stand, and what you can improve, please take a moment to comple
Multiple scientific studies over the past 20 years have revealed possible links between psychological stress and infertility. Studies found that men who feel stressed are more likely to experience decreased testosterone, lower sperm count, abnormal sperm