Did You Know the Rewards
of Being a Surrogate Mom?

Did You Know the Rewards

of Being a Surrogate Mom?

Signing Bonus $1,500

Earn Upto $85,000

How Much Do You Earn on Your First Surrogate Journey?

                     We have thoughtfully designed our compensation plan with you in mind, which is why our Surrogates get paid an absolute fixed amount. Your compensation is divided into equal lump sum monthly payments helping you understand your benefits and financially plan.

State Employed Unemployed
Southern California $ 60,000 $ 53,500
Northern California, Nevada $ 55,000 $ 48,500
Arizona, Colorado, DC, Illinois, Florida, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Delaware, Maryland, Oregon and Washington, Ohio, Oklahoma, Missouri, Indiana, Massachusetts, Tennessee $ 50,000 $ 43,500
Experienced Surrogates earn more

Have questions regarding compensation?

But Wait!
Do You Meet the Basic Requirements?

       But Wait!
Do You Meet the Basic
Requirements?

If you answered “YES” to all these questions, you are perfectly ready to apply with us.

What Does the Surrogate

What Does the Surrogate

Journey Look Like?

Application Process

Screening

Comprehensive matching Process

IVF Process

Delivery

After Delivery Support

Let’s Complete

the First Step.

Let’s Complete the First Step.

YOUR compassion makes a family complete!

Remember The Time When You First Became a Mother?

Remember The Time When

You First Became a Mother?

THEY need YOUR help to taste the same joy

01 Women with uterine issues

May have had her uterus removed or has a structural problem that affects her chance to carry her child to term safely

02 People struggling with infertility

People that have infertility issues that prevent pregnancy

03Same-sex couples

Same-sex male and female couples who want to have a child

04Single Men and Single Women

Single males or females who want to have a child but are unable to carry a pregnancy on their own

05Women of advanced maternal age

Women who are above 40 and want to avoid possible risks

Ready to start?

Our team will be glad to answer any questions

FAQs

Surrogacy is a medical process, which is why we believe that you should have full medical support during your pregnancy. While other agencies are managed by previous Surrogates or past Intended Parents, we are an OB managed agency. Former Surrogates and past Intended Parents may understand the emotional aspects of surrogacy. However, they often lack the clinical background and business skills to manage the complexities of a pregnancy process. Moreover, we pay the highest compensation for first-time Surrogates in the industry. Many other agencies advertise high compensation amounts. However, you will find out after going through their application process that the advertised amount is not what you will be getting in hand. We are very transparent about the compensation structure. We make sure that you understand from the beginning what your financial situation will be during this journey with us. Transparency is crucial when it comes to money, and our approach gives you financial clarity from the start.
Yes. We believe single mothers are just as capable of being Surrogates as a married woman. If you are single, it is very important that you have some type of support system in place. You should assure it prior to committing to any Surrogate program.
Whether you have insurance or not, the Intended Parents will purchase Surrogate-specific insurance for you. The plan lasts for the duration of your pregnancy. Our accounting department will be handling all medical bills.
If you are uncertain about the laws in your state regarding surrogacy, please fill out an application. Then, you will see for yourself whether you would qualify based on the state you live in. You will get a response instantly after submitting your application.
No, you will NOT be biologically related to the baby that you are carrying for the Intended Parents. As a Gestational Surrogate, your eggs will NOT be used. The process uses the eggs of either the Intended Mother or the Egg Donor.
Your name and your husband/spouse’s name will NOT be on the birth certificate. The Intended Parents will be the ones who will have full parental rights to the baby. Thus, it will be their names that appear on the birth certificate.

Not Sure If You
are Ready?

Not Sure If You are Ready?

This 5 minutes questionnaire can help you decide.

This application is not a commitment! It’s a simple way to find out if you’re eligible to become a Surrogate with us.