Egg Donors
Give, Get, Go

Our egg donors are as unique and exceptional as the families they help create.

ConceiveAbilities® attracts potential donors who are committed, focused and compassionate. Women like you. Some are scientists, others are teachers, others are students still exploring, but all of them are women who are ambitious and have the courage to pursue their future.

You have big dreams: travel, education, living your life without barriers. Becoming a ConceiveAbilities egg donor is a way to move forward with your future, while you help make a family for someone else by donating eggs.

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A process powered by possibility

Donating eggs is a process, but it is one that can open a world of possibilities to you, and it’s not something you have to do alone. We are here to offer our support to you throughout the entire egg donation program—from the first phone call to the selection process, egg retrieval and beyond.

Egg donation process

The egg donor process can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. We support you every step of the way.

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Egg donor requirements

Becoming an egg donor is a transformative experience, but it also has some personal and medical requirements.

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Egg retrieval is an outpatient procedure, but like most medical procedures, there are a few medications you’ll need to take.

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What makes us better

There are a lot of places to become an egg donor. ConceiveAbilities is a place that connects you with something deeper. We have our egg donors’ and egg recipients’ best interests in mind when it comes to:


Egg donors who qualify and donate to intended parents with ConceiveAbilities get paid $10,000 or more.

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Intended parents often want a child who looks like them. Our egg donors come from various ethnic backgrounds so it’s important to have a diverse profile within our egg donor database.

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The women who have participated in our egg donor program have great things to say about their experience working with our egg donor agency.

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You won’t find better support than with our egg donor agency. We know there is a lot to navigate. We support our egg donors from start to finish.

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Top egg donor questions

How old do you have to be to donate eggs?

To donate eggs, you should be between the ages of 21 and 28.

We institute this minimum age limit to protect your reproductive health, as well as ensure you are ready to make the commitment that becoming an egg donor requires.

The maximum age limit of 28 ensures our donor’s eggs are the best quality and give our intended parents the highest success rate for having a child.

How often can you donate eggs?

You may donate your own eggs up to six times.

What might prevent me from being a donor?

The leading factor that will disqualify you from being an egg donor is being unreliable and missing appointments.

Due to the time sensitive nature of the procedures, keeping a schedule is one of the most important aspects of the egg donor program. Making and breaking appointments will automatically disqualify you.

When looking at who can donate eggs, we carefully examine motivation, health and family medical history, emotional stability, genetic testing and other factors.

Any one of these things, or a combination of them, may disqualify a donor.

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What are the qualifications for egg donors?

Egg donors must be between 21 and 28 years old, be in good physical and mental health, be a non-smoker and drug free. Click here for the complete list of egg donor requirements.

How much do egg donors get paid?

Starting pay for egg donors with ConceiveAbilities is $10,000.

Egg donors are paid based on a number of factors, including ethnicity or education. We are one of the highest-paying egg donor agencies.

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Why do egg donors get so much money?

Egg Donors receive fair and reasonable compensation for the services they provide to Intended Parents. Egg Donors are paid for completing a robust screening process, attending medical appointments, taking injectable stimulation hormone medications, and undergoing the surgical egg retrieval procedure. Truly, egg donors provide an incredibly valuable service to their Intended Parents.

Is it a good idea to be an egg donor?

Egg Donation affords donors and hopeful families with the opportunity to provide each other with an invaluable gift. Any individual considering egg donation should research the process carefully so they are making a fully informed decision.

Should I consider surrogacy instead?

Surrogacy can actually offer you more compensation and fulfillment and is often a better fit. Learn more about our surrogate requirements.

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Apply to become an egg donor and find your future.

Have you considered surrogacy?

Egg donation may seem like the best next step when you want to earn extra income while helping someone grow their family, but did you know surrogacy can actually offer you more compensation and fulfillment?