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How Do I Find African American Egg Donors?

Instead of having to be placed on waiting lists or signing up for more than one egg donor program, couples desiring to complete their family can find African American and Black egg donors on our database.  Besides ethnicity, you can see the education, physical characteristics, health background, education, genetic history and photos of each woman.  This helps eliminate the stress and anxiety of aspiring African American and Black parents who are already dealing with the emotional challenges of trying to build their family.

Wanting your child to look like you is a natural desire.

In years past, intended parents searching for a black or African donor struggled to find the right match or had to wait for a very long time. Because of cultural reasons, black woman chose not to donate and if they did it was limited. As Intended parents, searching for perhaps a black egg donor with a darker skin complexion or lighter skin complexion was difficult. Perhaps you are seeking an egg donor who has more of a course hair texture or a curly hair texture. Luckily, in today’s world, egg donation is becoming more and more acceptable. Finding an egg donor who is black/African American or African with similar features as yourself is no longer an issue. Regardless of your needs, we are experts in finding egg donors from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Our staff has many years of experience helping intended parents find egg donors of specific ethnicities and heritage.

At Family Inceptions, we know that ethnic egg donors who share your background can make your dream of having a family a reality. Ethnicities vary greatly and within some cultures, there are numerous heritages and religions to take into consideration. We will assist you with selecting the perfect egg donor for your family. With a personal understanding of the challenges and frustrations you can face when trying to find the right egg donor, our staff will walk you through every step of the process and answer every question you have.

Whether you’re searching for Asian, Indian, Jewish, African American or Hispanic egg donors, we have many years of experience helping intended parents find donors from diverse ethnic backgrounds.

How Will I Be Matched with an African American Egg Donor?

  1. We start with a free one-hour consultation so that we can get to know you. Learning about your expectations, challenges and experiences will allow us to help you find the right egg donor for you. In addition, you’ll be able to get a better understanding for the process and ask any questions you may have.
  2. Then you’ll be given 24/7 access to our free database to search for egg donors. Along with ethnicity, you can view the health background, physical characteristics, education, genetic history and photos of each individual. All of our donors must participate in a medical and psychological evaluation prior to being added to our database.

Our professional staff has personally experienced egg donation so they can relate to the obstacles and struggles that come with the process. They will guide you through every step of the process by answering all of your questions and offering direction along the way.

Because it is a layered and complex process, we will conduct a free one-hour consultation to learn about your expectations, obstacles and experiences. This will let us get to know you better so we can match you with right egg donors. During the consultation, you can also better understand the process by asking any questions you have. Schedule your free consultation to get started.

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Eloise Drane
Eloise Drane, Founder

"I believe that we are all placed on this earth for a purpose. Each one of us has a specific calling in this world and although it is different for everyone, we are here to serve one another. My purpose is to help women who wish to become surrogates and egg donors and the hopeful parents who wish to partner with them. I feel very lucky to be living my purpose."