The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted or altered so much in our lives, including making a living. If your job has been affected by the crisis and you’re looking for a way to earn consistent money each month, then consider becoming a sperm donor. San Diego Sperm Bank is currently accepting applications from healthy men aged 18-39 interesting is making a difference in the lives of others while earning up to $1,500 per month.
Supplement Your Income
Donating sperm is a great way to get extra income while helping families who need you. The additional income can help pay for school and living expenses or another financial goal. Earning is simple. Once you are in the program you make $100 per donation, and you can donate up to three times per week. What’s more, you’ll get an extra $500 for every friend you refer that qualifies to be a donor, with an unlimited amount of times you can refer.
Other Benefits of Being a Sperm Donor
Along with earning extra income, there’s another compelling reason to become a donor with SDSB: free medical care. As a sperm donor, you qualify for a complete wellness examination at our clinic every six months for as long as you remain an active donor. Then, even after you leave the program, you’ll still get a free physical exam at our clinic each year. It’s our way of thanking you for your dedicated service.
In addition to the physical exams, you also benefit from the comprehensive genetic tests we conduct when you apply for our program. While these genetic tests ensure your sperm is healthy for our clients trying to conceive a child using your semen samples, they also offer you a complete medical history by screening you for 175 genetic conditions. This gives you valuable peace of mind because you’ll be more informed about your own health. The tests may even bring attention to issues you may not have been aware of.
We understand that deciding whether to become a sperm donor is a big decision. To help you navigate the process and understand what it means to be a donor, our team is ready to talk with you about all aspects of the process, including the application. You can see what donors are saying about the program to get some perspective as well.