Surrogate Mothers

Become a surrogate and earn up to $60,000

Thank you for your interest in becoming a surrogate mother. Your wishes to help intended parents to start a family through gestational surrogacy is a noble and generous thing. 

There are several reasons women choose to become a surrogate mother, including wanting to give others the gift of parenthood and wanting to benefit their own family. Whatever your reasons for becoming a surrogate mother are though, you can count on our surrogate agency to help make the experience – from the initial consultation until the baby is born (and beyond) as healthy and positive as possible. We will guide you and support you for the entire journey.

Giving birth is something truly incredible. For intended parents that want to start a family of their own but are unable to do so for whatever reason, having a surrogate mother like you will give them new hope that they can become parents at last. Being a surrogate mother is a wonderful thing, so much so that we know several people who have come back to do the whole thing over and help another couple know the joys of parenthood.

We will be with you for the whole process and make sure that you are kept healthy and happy during pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond. We want you to be comfortable and we’ll do what we can to make sure it happens. You’ll have the support of physicians, psychologists, nutritionists, life coaches, birth doulas, and more.

Request more information

Please complete the form below to request more information about becoming a surrogate or call us on +1 (424) 369 7117.

Requirements

As wonderful as it is to be a surrogate and bring joy to couples that are unable to conceive, it is not something anyone can do. There are some requirements that must be met in order to become a surrogate mother. Here are the requirements for successful surrogate applicants:

  • Legal citizen or resident of the United States
  • Between the ages of 21 – 38
  • Delivered a child of their own at least once without complications
  • No more than 3 C-sections
  • Body Mass Index (BMI) of under 33
  • Not using any illegal drugs
  • Not smoking cigarettes
  • Supportive family or friend
  • Good physical and mental health
  • Agree to psychological, drug & criminal screening
To apply to become a surrogate you also need to be a resident of a surrogacy-friendly state:
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.

Surrogate Compensation and Benefits

There are many questions around the surrogacy process as a whole, and that includes a lot of questions about surrogate compensation and benefits. We are commonly asked how much a surrogate mother is paid.

We have what we consider one of the most generous compensation packages for surrogate mothers.

The compensation package for surrogates is up to $60,000, which can be affected by individual circumstances. The factors that affect the potential compensation for a surrogate mother include prior experience as a surrogate mother, physical location, and the type of pregnancy.

Experienced surrogates are offered more compensation  to encourage them to come back and be a surrogate again.

While the surrogacy process itself remains essentially the same, the compensation and benefits of being a surrogate can vary depending on where you live.We understand that being a surrogate mother can take up a lot of time and effort even before pregnancy, which is why we also provide pre-pregnancy payments and payments at certain milestones of pregnancy.

Different circumstances, such as getting pregnant with twins, can also lead to greater compensation.

We understand that being a surrogate mother can take up a lot of time and effort even before pregnancy, which is why we also provide pre-pregnancy payments and payments at certain milestones of pregnancy.

Different circumstances, such as getting pregnant with twins, can also lead to greater compensation

Other benefits as part of our surrogate program include:

  • Housekeeping allowance
  • Surrogate retreat
  • Monthly support meetings
  • Health & life insurance
  • Access to our Wellness & Doula Birthing Program
  • All travel expenses covered

Surrogate Process

There are several steps in the journey to becoming a surrogate mother with our agency. These steps can vary based on your location, your physician, and the needs of you and the intended parents. Even so, we aim to provide a general framework of what a hopeful surrogate mother can expect to go through.

Don’t forget that we are going to be with you for the whole process too in order to make things as simple as possible.

We highly value the compatibility of surrogate mothers and their intended parents. So much so that it becomes a key part of our process. We want to match the right parents with the right surrogate to create a relaxing and comfortable environment for both parties. We want to foster the right atmosphere of cooperation and unity between surrogate and parent. We encourage potential candidates to take a close look at our requirements before applying.

What matters to us is identifying your desires and beliefs and creating the ideal situation for you during surrogacy. After we match you up with an intended couple that we feel would be a good match for you, we go through their profile with you in depth. If you like the sound of the intended parents and wish to become a surrogate for them, we ask that you meet them before the process begins. Having this in-person meeting with the parent(s) to be will include your partner or spouse, the intended parent/couple, and one of our case managers. If everyone gets along and they agree to work together, we move on to the next steps of the journey, which includes physiological, psychological, and medical evaluations.