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The Sperm Donor Program at Sperm Bank Inc.
Search our Sperm Donor Database, Buy Donor Sperm, Use a Known Donor or Donate Sperm
Sperm Donor Program
Since 1980, our goal has been to give hope to those struggling with infertility. We invite you to partake in our sperm donor program and start building your family. At the Fertility Center of California we are firmly committed to providing the highest standards of patient care and only the most exceptional caliber of donor sperm. Whether you are looking for anonymous sperm donors, the directed donor program, or would like to donate sperm, follow the links below for more information.
Sperm Donor Application:
Become a Sperm Donor. Apply Today!
The Fertility Center of California offers free online access to a portion of each sperm donor's profile at our sperm bank. If a donor piques your interest, you can apply for access to the password protected sperm donor database which shows in-depth profiles for each sperm donor for a small fee. Start your free sperm donor search!
We provide only the most exceptional donor sperm at our sperm bank for assisted reproductive procedures. Learn more about our strict screening standards and approval process which yields high quality donor sperm.
Our donor of the month features some of the most attractive sperm donor candidates at our sperm bank. Donors of the month are chosen for desirable physical appearances, educational backgrounds, personalities, and talents. Meet the current sperm donor of the month.
Congratulations! You’ve chosen a sperm donor from our database and are ready to move forward in the selection process. Access the necessary patient forms, cost & pricing information and read about our special promotions. Follow these steps to purchase donor sperm.
Some patients feel more comfortable having a close family friend or relative donate sperm. There are many specific legal, medical, and social considerations involved in a directed donor approach. Read more about utilizing a known sperm donor.
Thank you for your interest in sperm donation. Donating sperm is a generous act that can help another family achieve their dreams. We have strict standards for our donor sperm at the Fertility Center of California and welcome applications from qualified candidates. Learn more about our sperm donor requirements.
What Type of Sperm Donor Will You Choose: Anonymous vs. Open vs. Directed (Known) Donors?
There are two types of sperm donors, anonymous sperm donors, open sperm donors, and directed sperm donors (also referred to as known donors). Anonymous sperm donors and open sperm donors are the donors found in a sperm donor database. You have no relationship with the donor and their identity remains anonymous (though offspring can contact the open donor upon turning 18 years of age). A directed donor or known donor, is a close friend or relative that is willing to donate sperm. There are advantages to each type of sperm donor program. With a known donor you will have a more complete medical history, but it can create complicated relationships. With an anonymous or open sperm donor, you will not have to worry about defining the donor's relationship with your child. You can also more easily find a donor with your blood type, to safeguard your child from accidentally discovering they are not biologically related to both parents. Whichever type of sperm donor you decide to use, the Fertility Center of California has the professional expertise and technology to help you on your journey.
FCC’s Open ID Sperm Donor Program
An Open ID donor is a type of sperm donor program that allows donor-conceived adults to request contact with their sperm donor. The method of contact can be either mediated (orchestrated and facilitated by FCC) or unmediated (donor and offspring contact each other directly) and will occur via a means of email, letter, or telephone call. The method, means, time and date will be mutually agreed upon by the donor and offspring. Only the offspring can submit a contact request and must complete and return a formal request packet to confirm their identity as well as that of their parents and any other documentation to confirm the donor code.
FCC will make every attempt to coordinate a meeting between the offspring and donor, but it is important to realize that there may be situations outside of FCC’s control that prevent the meeting from occurring. A donor may choose to deny the request for contact.