Earn an additional $5,000 in base compensation for a limited time!
We prioritize your custom financial package so you have no bumps in the road that take you away from your dream of helping another family. Because we value your labor of love and because you are needed, ConceiveAbilities is proud to offer our first-of-its-kind All-In Surrogate Care and Compensation Program. Our pay package for you is the highest of any surrogacy agency. Period. Talk to us and we’ll make sure it is so.
At ConceiveAbilities, we tailor what you will earn according to where you live, your current salary, and whether you have prior experience as a surrogate. All put together into one easy and simple package of payments with no receipt tracking.
Use our compensation calculator to find out your personalized base pay.
Our All-In Surrogate Care and Compensation Program is a first in the marketplace, and possible only because of ConceiveAbilities’ long-standing track record for doing what we say we will do for the surrogates, intended parents, and professionals we have worked with for decades.
All of your expenses are paid by insurance or the intended parents. Your compensation package at ConceiveAbilities allows you to get paid on a regular basis, limits any out-of-pocket expenses for you, and let’s you decide what you need most. Housekeeping? Childcare? Maternity clothes? Your decision. Do you need to take some time off work? Covered. Totally, with full wage and salary replenishment.
What you earn as a surrogate at ConceiveAbilities is structured into easy and timely scheduled payments, so that you can focus on a healthy and successful surrogacy journey without the burden of submitting receipts for reimbursement. Further, we package all of your payments in a simple way that allows you to plan ahead in the way that is best for you and your family. Our surrogates tell us how much they appreciate this convenience.
Here’s the timing of your payments.
Even when you are in the application process, we provide financial rewards of up to $250 for your assistance in obtaining your medical records, with an easy-to-follow organized checklist.
Your base pay is one package, that is divided into pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, and post-pregnancy payments.
Depending on the circumstances of your pregnancy, you may earn more money in addition to your base pay.
So, how much does a surrogate make... applied to you. Check out the calculator above to get an estimate of your own base pay. And, start dreaming a bit about how that money can help you and your family while helping someone else build their family. From paying off debt, saving for your child/children’s education, buying a car, funding a down payment for a new home, creating a safety net for your family, the list goes on and on. Would these funds allow you to homeschool your children? What would you do with $44,000, and more?
A surrogacy journey is a big undertaking, and you are the hero at the center of that journey. Our experience ensures that you have a step-by-step process, from applying to be a surrogate all the way through a successful fourth trimester recovery.
Your terms, our program:
Get details on what is included in our All-In Surrogate Care and Compensation package here.
There are many good questions that women who are considering surrogacy ask. One of the most common questions is: How much do surrogates get paid? Our compensation package is one of the most generous in the field starting at $44,000 and up. Estimate how much you could get paid with our surrogacy compensation calculator above.
Factors which may impact surrogate mother compensation include where you live, your current wages and salary, and whether you have prior experience as a surrogate. If you take time off for work, we want to ensure your wages and salary are fully replenished, totally.. Scroll up to view the additional benefits that are available.
Finding a path to parenthood by working with a gestational carrier continues to grow in its appeal. In 2019, an estimated 7,000 births took place by surrogate in the United States, as the market is steadily growing at 15% per year based on data from the Centers for Disease Control. And, in 2017, we know that 4.2% of all In Vitro Fertilization transfers occurred with a gestational carrier, which grew from just over 1% ten years prior.
Modern families are, in many ways, modern miracles. It’s only in recent decades that infertility treatments allow couples to become parents with the help of a third party. In some cases, this means utilizing an egg or sperm donor, who is someone that can provide genetic material if it is not otherwise available from the intended mother or father. Other situations require a surrogate, or gestational carrier, who is someone that can carry the baby for the intended parents.