Egg Donor Compensation
Egg donor compensation is an influential factor when deciding to become an egg donor to help grow one’s family. Here, at the leading egg donor collective PureOvum, in sunny Southern California, we adhere to the industry standards for egg donation. Meaning, egg donor compensation is determined by the time and expense associated with participation in an egg donor cycle.
Our competitive egg donor compensation is centered on taking care of our donors. By offering competitive compensation, PureOvum can provide egg donors vast opportunities to advance in life — pursue their dreams and new endeavors — whether its education, travel, funding their own business, or even buying a home. Take notice! We have created a culture in which our egg donors can thrive.
How Much Do Egg Donors Get Paid
Estimated reimbursement for our egg donors ranges from $5,000 to a maximum of $10,000 (which is set by the donor).
Trusting the PureOvum core process — we believe in the significance of rewarding selfless women like you — for your generous efforts when you become an egg donor.
What Factors are Considered for Egg Donor Compensation?
PureOvum is the most dynamic, next-generation, egg collective in the industry. Factors that affect egg donor compensation include donor demand and experience with previous donations. Ancestry and personal achievements also can impact egg donor compensation.