About Proud Egg Donation
Proud Egg Donation is committed to serving a diverse community of individuals and families, helping to support Egg Donors and Intended Parents on their egg donation journey. Our focus on helping Egg Donors and Egg Recipients choose their own experience is revolutionizing the way that families receive donor eggs, establishing transparency and trust. We support anonymous and known egg donations. Let us be your egg helpers!
Our team collaborated over a passion for helping people become parents and helping Egg Donors give the most
As Intended Parents, Egg Donors, and Surrogate Mothers, we collectively recognized a need for choice when it comes to the amount of personal information exchanged between Egg Donors and Egg Recipients. We are committed to guiding you through the process of egg donation on the terms that you would prefer.
What does diversity mean to us?
When we say we work with diverse individuals and families, we mean you! We believe in inclusion. We work with Intended Parents who:
- live all over the world
- are ethnically diverse
- are religiously diverse
- already have a child or children
- have a disability
- are living with HIV
- are struggling with infertility
- that identify as LGBTQ+
- are single
- are polyamorous
Our Egg Donors are also diverse. We work with the best Egg Donors, anywhere! Proud Egg Donors are:
- ethnically diverse, including Egg Donors that are Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian, European, South American, and Native American
- from all socioeconomic backgrounds
- are bright and have a variety of educational backgrounds
- may or may not have children of their own
- may be single or married
- may be students or young professionals
- may be adopted
- are willing to pursue known egg donation or anonymous egg donation (their choice!)
Do you want to become a Proud Intended Parent?
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