Egg donation builds families.

Whether you’re a couple going through infertility or a young woman who wants to help a family grow, we can help. We’ve been building families around the world since 1995. Our social workers, program coordinators, and legal staff ensure that your egg donation goes smoothly. And we partner with top IVF clinics across the country to ensure you have the highest chances of success.

Our egg donors come from across the United States. They come from a variety of backgrounds, but are united in their desire to help our intended parents build families. While we offer anonymous egg donation, Circle encourages known egg donation to ensure that children can fully develop a sense of their identity, parents can keep updated on medical history, and egg donors can stay in touch with the families they have helped to create.


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What is egg donation?

Egg donation brings together young women who want to help a family grow and intended parents who need help to have children. Egg donors contribute ovocytes (human eggs), which are retrieved through a simple medical procedure. The eggs are then combined with sperm through in vitro fertilization. The resulting embryos are allowed to grow in a laboratory for a few days before being implanted in the uterus of the recipient -- either the intended mother or a gestational surrogate.

Egg donors are  young women between the ages of 20 and 31 with a healthy family history and a desire to help others. Circle egg donors meet our egg donor requirements, which include a minimum of a high school degree, a Body Mass Index of no higher than 28, and a family background free from serious diseases. Circle egg donors come from across the United States and a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. 

How do I become a parent through egg donation?

To get started on becoming a parent, fill out this short form so we can learn about your needs. You'll gain access to our egg donor database, which allows you to find an egg donor based on your preferences. You can search by ethnic background, education, hair color, eye color, age, height, and weight. When you're ready, you can schedule a free consultation to learn more about our program and start moving forward. To learn more or schedule a time to speak with a member of our team, contact us!

How do I become an egg donor?

Becoming an egg donor starts with our egg donor application. You'll answer questions about your personal history, family background, health information, education, and motivations. The application takes less than an hour to complete. Once we receive your application, you'll hear back from us within 24-48 hours about moving forward. If you have questions, email

From the Blog

    I want to thank you so much for all your help through this process! You were very patient and caring with me whenever I'd reach out to you with any questions or concerns. I will definitely contact your Egg Donor Coordinator because I would love to do this again. I'm so happy for my intended pare... (read more)

    - Krystal

    My intended parents are so nice!!! I loved talking to them. I sincerely hope they feel the same because I would love to continue this process for them. I feel like they will be fantastic, wonderful parents. I would be very happy to help complete their family.

    Thank you so much for facilitati... (read more)

    - Cara