There are many benefits to becoming a sperm donor. Earning extra money is likely the most obvious one, but there are many other reasons you may not be aware of. So if you’re a healthy male between the ages of 18 and 39, we encourage you to apply today or contact us for more information. The sooner you do, the sooner you can enjoy the following benefits.
Help others start a family.
A sperm donor can make a huge impact on the lives of single women, lesbian couples, infertile couples, and families of all kinds that want to conceive a child. You’ll get a feeling of satisfaction from helping others achieve their dream of starting or adding to their family.
Earn up to $1,000 per month.
Being a donor at San Diego Sperm Bank is a good way to consistently earn extra income. Our donors earn $70 for each donation, so healthy men could earn up to $1,000 per month.
Get access to free and regular healthcare.
When you apply to be a donor, we do much more than just test the health of your sperm. You’ll also get a complete physical exam at the start of the process as well as regular wellness exams every six months for as long as you remain an active donor. We also perform genetic testing, which protects our clients and also gives you valuable insights into your complete medical history. Plus, even after you are no longer an active donor, you’ll remain eligible for a free annual physical exam at our clinic. It’s our way of thanking you for working with us.
Get counseling during the process.
Deciding whether to donate sperm is a serious decision and we want you to be comfortable with your choice. For that reason, we have counselors and medical staff available to answer your questions and address your concerns throughout the process. This includes educating you about what it means to be an open identity (or open ID) donor. It’s not easy to become a sperm donor, but should you qualify, you’ll find the benefits are significant — both for you and for those you help.
Donor sperm is in short supply across the U.S., so your donations are needed more than ever. If you have questions about becoming a sperm donor, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (858) 732-8500.