Egg donor diversity

Mother laying with her daughter

Mishpokhe, Jiating, Parivaar, Family

For us, egg donor diversity is about empowering our intended parents with choice. They are looking for someone who feels and looks like family to them. Someone who embodies the physical characteristics of their ethnic group. The one who will be their child and make their family complete. We keep our database as diverse as possible to serve this need, so our intended parents can find their one.

Asian, Jewish and East Indian egg donors are always in high demand, and in many cases receive higher compensation than other egg donors.

Asian egg donors

Cultural attitudes along with a multitude of other factors place Asian egg donors in high demand. Asian egg donor recipients usually feel fortunate if they can find an egg donor of even half-Asian descent. At ConceiveAbilities®, we will make every effort to find and match Asian egg donors with intended parents. We have a selection of highly-qualified Asian egg donors including Chinese, Japanese and Korean donors. ConceiveAbilities is always seeking qualified full-Asian and mixed-Asian egg donor applicants. Our highly experienced staff will guide Asian donors and intended parents through every step of the egg donation process with unparalleled expertise and compassion.

East Indian / Asian Indian egg donors

Intended parents living in the United States often have a difficult time finding East Indian egg donors. Traveling for an East Indian egg donor is often not an option, and the techniques and standards of care can differ in other countries. ConceiveAbilities is currently looking for East Indian, also referred to as Asian Indian or Indian American, egg donors.

Jewish egg donors

There are a variety of interpretations of Jewish law with regard to egg donation. To some, the religion of an egg donor is not important, but for others, a Jewish egg donor is the only acceptable option. This is a complicated issue, as there are many factors to consider including religion, appearance and other genetic qualities. Our qualified staff can help Jewish egg donors and intended parents throughout the egg donation process.

Egg donors Jordan, Kristin, and Silvia

Are you an intended parent?

We understand that proceeding with egg donation is difficult. Once you have made the decision to use an egg donor, ConceiveAbilities will guide and ultimately match you with an outstanding candidate who meets your needs and exceeds your expectations. Contact us for more information about Asian, Jewish and East Indian egg donors.

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