Egg donation is an essential part of assisted reproductive technology. Without donor eggs, many individuals and couples would not be able to achieve their dreams of becoming a parent. For those who are willing and able to donate, their motivations are as unique as the donors themselves.

They are sympathetic to those who struggle with infertility.

“I graduated with a degree in social work and while in college met numerous individuals who are not physically able to have children on their own due to various reasons. So many had gone through so much to try to grow their families and if I could play a part in helping a family like them to have a child, I feel it could help save some of the heartache I have seen in the past. I also volunteered with children in foster care for a year. I would love to help parents who want to have a child have that opportunity.” – Donor #809 

They feel it is their calling to give all they can.

“My husband knows my dream is to adopt a child or a couple one day as well as have our own, but if there is a way I can help a couple or individual now, why not? I work with kids every day and enjoy being someone that can nurture and impact them in a positive way. I have always felt that my calling is to give everything I possibly can, and this is one of the ways that I am able to do so. I did not know this was even a possibility until my friend was having trouble with fertility. I watched her go through so much failure and felt for her a lot. I wished there was something I could do to help, and I know that this will be a huge impact on some couple/individual. I am a healthy person and am very thoughtful of what I eat and believe that we only get one body in this life and need to treat it nice.” – Donor #808 

They have good genetics.

“I would love to be an egg donor to help people who are not lucky enough to have kids on their own. I could not imagine what it is like to go through that and I would love to be someone who could assist them. I have good genetics and thought I could pass it along.” – Donor #802 

They want more love in the world.

“When my mom passed away, I began a journey to help others achieve their dream of being a parent and started the journey of Gestational Surrogacy. After helping a couple conceive their bundle of joy, the desire to help other families obtain that pure happiness has been electrified. There is no greater satisfaction than helping someone and seeing how a person can change in such a positive way. Children are an amazing gift on this earth, and being able to allow someone to provide and teach unconditional love is what I believe this world needs more of.” – Donor #753 

They want to give someone hope.

“I would ideally like to help someone who has struggled for some time – I truly believe it is part of the human experience to become a parent. I wish that everyone who desires to be a parent gets that chance. I feel like with donating you give someone just a little more hope. I truly feel grateful for even being able to consider this as an option in my life. To think one day I would be able to help someone feel the joy I did when I first found out I was pregnant is offhandedly the best part of this.” – Donor #762

They want to be part of a miracle.

“I see so many of my friends struggle with fertility and having miscarriages. Seeing all their stories, I want to help be a part of someone’s miracle, even if it is just providing my eggs.” – Donor #781

Join these extraordinary women!

The common thread that runs between these extraordinary women is their compassion and genuine desire to help someone build their family. Are you ready to take the next step to become a TeamFSC Egg Donor? Contact us today for more information!





Staci Swiderski, CEO and owner of Family Source Consultants has been involved in the field of reproductive medicine since 2002. Staci has vigorously grown the comprehensive egg donation and gestational surrogacy agency to become a worldwide leader in the third-party reproduction field. Staci is a former intended parent herself. She and her husband welcomed their son via gestational surrogacy in 2005. Additionally, Staci had the experience of assisting an infertile couple (AKA Recipient Parents) build their family through her efforts as an egg donor, with her donation resulting in the births of their son and daughter.