We offer you our passion and experience. Our surrogacy care team has a combined over 20 years of experience of matching surrogates with intended parents and being surrogates. With our knowledge and love for surrogacy, you can rest assured that you have found the right agency for you.
If you qualify to be a surrogate, then one of our surrogate care members will set up a convenient time with you to explain the surrogacy process in detail. We love to talk about surrogacy! We know you have a lot of questions; we are here to give you the comfort and reassurance to move to your next step.
We are always available to jump on a call with you to answer your questions and go over the process.
You will complete your online surrogate profile. This is where you give information and photos about you, your family, your interests, and your goals. Your surrogate profile will be shared with our intended parents to match you with a couple with shared interests.
Medical Records & Background Check
Our fertility physicians will require a copy of your OB/GYN records of your most recent pregnancy. These records will make sure that you qualify to medically be able to be a surrogate and carry a child.
We will run a criminal background check to make sure there are no felonies or criminal charges on your record.
Once we have your medical records and background check then we are ready for an exciting milestone in your journey. MATCHING YOU with a couple!
Matching. This could happen quickly to a couple of months.
We love this part! At this point in your journey you have been cleared to become a surrogate mother. Now we will do our best to get you matched quickly, we know both you and the intended parents are excited to start this journey together. We will work with you and intended parents to match you both together where you both share the same goals, values and preferences. We match our surrogates with intended parents who have a connection with each other. You will have a video call with the intended parents to see if you are a good match for each other. You could get matched quickly!
Once you and the couple agree upon being a match for each other then we move onto the next steps, psychological screening, legal contracts, medical screening, and embryo transfer.
Then you will enter a legal contract with the intended parents. You and your intended parents will be represented by your own attorney. Your attorney will review with you the legal rights, your compensation, and protocols that you and the intended parents agree upon together. Your attorney that is provided for you specialized in fertility law.
As a surrogate, you did NOT use your own eggs.
In the days prior to the embryo transfer you will begin medication to help prepare your uterus for the embryo transfer. You will continue until 12 weeks of pregnancy to help maintain pregnancy. You will be guided how to take your medication and when by the physician.
Once your uterine lining is sufficient, the intended parent(s) fertility doctor will transfer an embryo into your uterus. This process is quick and painless.
Then the much-anticipated moment of your journey is the pregnancy test.
The day as come, and you will be surrounded with so much love and support. You’re a true hero and we will all be celebrating YOU!
You will go to your hospital to deliver the baby. Then the baby will go to his/her parents while you rest up and recover. There will be A LOT of happy tears on this special day!
If you and the intended parents choose, you and the family can have a relationship as the child grows up. YOU JUST MADE PARENTHOOD possible for someone who couldn’t have their child without a surrogate.
Our surrogate care team will walk you through every step throughout the entire journey and after delivery, you are part of our Giving Hope family. This is a beautiful journey to be on and you will always have us educating you and supporting you. We are on your team!
Infertility. Intended parents who are unable to conceive or carry pregnancy to term may choose surrogacy as a way to have a biological child.
Medical Conditions. Intended parents who have medical conditions that make pregnancy dangerous or impossible may choose surrogacy as an alternative to traditional pregnancy.
Same-Sex Couples. Same-sex male couples or single men who want to have biological children may choose surrogacy as a way to have a child.
Recurrent miscarriages. Intended parents who have experienced multiple miscarriages may choose surrogacy as a way to have a successful pregnancy and child.
Genetic Concerns. Intended parents who have genetic concerns, or a history of genetic disorders may choose surrogacy as a way to have a child without passing on those genetic disorders.
In all cases, intended parents who choose surrogacy do so with the goal of having a child and building their family. As a surrogate you can provide a viable option for those who may not be able carry a child to term on their own.