The Importance of Jewish Egg Donation
While the decision to work with an egg donor is not one to be taken lightly, for Jewish intended parents and donors, identifying the ideal match can be even more challenging.
Focusing On Jewish Intended Parents’ Needs
Intended parents are relying on a stranger to help achieve their dreams. While such factors as the donor’s health are important, for many Jewish intended parents, the religious faith of their future children may be as vital, if not more. Whether religious or not, they want to make sure that their children will be genetically Jewish, which can be difficult when using donor eggs.
On our dedicated Intended Parents page, you’ll find all of the information you’ll need to embark on this journey, including how to choose an egg donor, costs and fees, and the donation process. You’ll also find a comprehensive “FAQs” section, as well as our online egg donor database.
Meeting Jewish Egg Donors’ Concerns
Jewish egg donors may have specific preferences, both for the intended parents and any children born of their eggs. For instance, they may want to ensure that these children will be raised in a Jewish home, or know that they are of Jewish genetic heritage. Our Egg Donor page provides an array of helpful information, including egg donor compensation, requirements, safety protocols, and what to expect. You’ll also find an extensive “FAQs” section and a complete overview of the donation process.