What Motivates Someone To Become A Sperm Donor?

What Motivates Someone To Become A Sperm Donor?

Considering sperm donation? There are many reasons to become a living tissue donor- to help others in need, supplement income or have a personal experience with tissue donation. Here is what some donors in our program had to say about why they choose to donate.

Dylan #14008, had a personal connection with sperm donation:

“One of my closest friends struggled with infertility for years but was able to conceive using assisted reproductive technology. I was inspired to help a couple going through the same thing" -Dylan #14008

Maxwell, #10248, has children of his own and can relate to another person who wants to become a parent:

“I’d like to help another person experience the love and joy that I feel being a parent.” -Maxwell, 10248

Certainly, not all donors have a personal connection with a donation or have yet to have children of their own. Often donors have an incentive to fund their financial goals.

Rockwell, #14034, was looking to supplement his income with and needed a flexible schedule:

“I spend a lot of time working the gig economy (Lyft, Uber Eats, dog-walking and grocery-delivery). The donor program worked out great for me to get some extra spending money in between shifts! I also didn't realize how needed donors are. I was happy to provide this blessing to couples in need.” -Rockwell, #14034

Find more testimonials from our donors here, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about becoming a sperm donor!

“You’re about to start something where you genuinely can help people which is amazing and can improve people’s lives forever so be proud of that.”-Garfield, #10354
Why is Male Fertility Decreasing?

Why is Male Fertility Decreasing?

Currently, more than 80 countries, including the U.S., have birth rates below the population replacement level of 2.1 births. By 2050, it is expected that 75% of all nations will have a birth rate that is lower than population replacement.

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