At CARE, we’re always looking for new egg, sperm, and embryo donors. 

Some of our patients simply can’t use their own eggs or sperm in treatment, whether because of a medical or genetic condition or another problem. But, with your help, they could still start or grow their family. 

How can CARE help?

At CARE we’re always on the lookout for generous new donors like you. If you’re thinking about becoming a donor, you’re already taking a big step in the right direction – and we’ll support you from the very beginning of the process.

Whether you’re hoping to donate eggs, donate sperm, donate embryos or share your eggs, we’ll offer you dedicated implications counselling and support counselling to make sure you understand any implications associated with becoming a donor.

At the end of the process, to thank you for your time and kindness, we’ll compensate you with £35 per sperm donation visit or £750 per egg donation cycle. And if you choose to share your eggs during IVF, we’ll thank you by giving you a significant discount on that cycle of treatment – at CARE London, you’ll get it completely free.  

What should I do next?

At CARE, we’ll do everything we can to support you – whoever you are, and wherever you are on your fertility treatment journey. To learn a bit more about what sets CARE apart, explore our website or read about what we stand for.


Find out more about donation

We’ve dedicated pages all about egg donation, sperm donation, embryo donation, and egg sharing . They’re full of all the information you need to decide whether you’d like to take the first step, including detailed outlines of the donation process.