More women than ever are using fertility clinics to start a family, and this has led to a shortage of healthy donor sperm across the United States and much of the world. This is due to several factors, notably the increase in single women and lesbian couples interested in starting families.
This creates an excellent opportunity for healthy males between 18 and 39 from all races, ethnicities, and religions to earn good money every month – all while helping families realize their dream of having children. Currently, there is particular demand for Native American sperm donors along with donors who have immigrated from Japan, Russia, the Ukraine, and the Czech Republic. If this is you, we would like to hear from you right away since you are in especially high demand.
Our sperm donors earn $70 for each donation, and since you can donate as often as three times per week, you could make up to $1,000 per month. You can even earn $200 more when you refer a friend to become a donor at our clinic. It’s a great way to make extra money!
There are many reasons to become a sperm donor
Earning extra income is just one good reason to donate sperm. And probably the most obvious. But did you know that you also get free medical care when you become a donor with SSD? When you donate with us you get a thorough physical exam at the beginning of the process. You also qualify for a complete wellness examination every six months for as long as you remain an active donor. Plus, even when you are no longer a donor with SSD, you’ll still get a free physical exam at our clinic each year.
These physical exams also include valuable and comprehensive genetic tests as well. We do these genetic tests to make sure your sperm is healthy for those recipients trying to conceive a child using your sperm samples, but they also benefit you by giving you a complete medical history. This offers you peace of mind because you’re more informed about your own health.
Contact us to learn more
Even with all the financial, emotional, and health benefits, determining whether to become a sperm donor is a big decision. But as demand for donor sperm continues to rise, so will the need for healthy donors. So please contact us today with any questions about becoming a donor. We have counselors ready to talk with you about all aspects of the process.