We’ve all heard the term ‘designer’ baby. But, if you are a couple looking for the perfect egg donor, chances are you are spending time searching for a possible connection between the parents and the child rather than the perfect-looking ‘designer’ baby.
It’s perfectly normal and understandable why intended parents have specific characteristics and traits in mind when choosing an egg donor. They want the baby to have some sort of resemblance to themselves and their family. They want to share the same heritage and traditions with their child; just like any natural couple would with their offspring.
So, if you’re an Asian couple looking for an Asian egg donor, or a couple that wants Jewish traits in their child, you’ve come to the right place. At Elevate we are proud of our diverse groups of donors.
Who You Pick Matters
Your path to parenthood starts with who you pick as an egg donor. I mean, no pressure, but this is who your baby will share genetic DNA with. Needless, to say, it’s essential to find a donor who both you and your partner are comfortable with.
This is one of the most significant decisions you will make for you and your child. At Elevate we understand that this is an emotional and stressful process. That’s why we offer the best of the best when it comes to egg donors.
The Process Starts Early
Because we have been through the process ourselves, we are cautious and selective of the donors we chose to work with.
We have a rigorous egg donor screening process that includes verification and documentation of our donors’ education, physical traits, mental health, reproductive health, and family history. This way you can be sure that no matter what donor you choose, she will be healthy and willing to help you on your journey to becoming parents.
What Is Important to You?
Before you begin, decide what is important to you.
Race and religion play an enormous role in any family. If you are looking for a particular donor that shares your same heritage, we can help you. At Elevate, we feature a wide range of egg donors including, Indian, Jewish, and Asian egg donors.
These donors are always in high demand, and in many cases receive higher compensation than other egg donors.
Indian Egg Donors
Intended parents in the United States often struggle to find East Indian egg donors. And because the standard of care and fertility techniques can differ in those parts of the world, traveling to find a donor isn’t a possibility either.
At Elevate, we can help you find an East Indian, Asian Indian or Indian American donor.
Jewish Egg Donors
There are several different interpretations of Jewish law concerning egg donation. We understand this is a complicated issue. To some intended parents, the religion of the egg donor does not matter, while to others, a Jewish egg is the only acceptable option.
Jewish eggs also hold certain traits and genetic qualities. At Elevate, we understand how important religion can be in individual families. We will be sensitive to any and all beliefs as we match you with the perfect egg donor for your family.
However, when it comes to Jewish donors it is important to keep in mind that their genetic mutation carrier diseases may provide additional complications depending on if the sperm donor carriers the same mutations.
Asian Egg Donors
Because of cultural attitudes, along with other factors, Asian egg donors can be hard to find. If you are looking for an Asian egg donor, we will make every effort to find the right match for you. This includes finding a donor of Chinese, Japanese or Korean descent.
Our staff will work with expertise and compassion to match a donor of Asian descent with an intended couple.
What Sets Us Apart
Quality over quantity.
You may see other agencies who boast thousands of donors to choose from, but at Elevate Egg Donors and Surrogates, you can be sure that every single donor in our database is the best of the best. So regardless if you’re looking for a Jewish, Indian, or Asian egg donor, we can help you.
We will take the time to find your perfect match.
Because as we said, it’s one of the most important decisions you’ll make. So let’s get it right.