Become a Donor

Join thousands of men and help others

Many people struggle to have children. Sperm donors are a diverse group of men from all walks of life, backgrounds and ethnicities. Some of our donors are already fathers. Many know friends or family that have struggled with fertility issues. They have one thing in common - their desire to help others.

Five simple steps to become a donor

Step 1

Step 1Application

Step 2

Step 2Screening

Step 3

Step 3Acceptance

Step 4

Step 4Donate

Step 5

Step 5Final test

Please answer our below questions to assess your suitability to become a sperm donor. Answering yes or no to some of these questions may not necessarily disqualify you, so please be as honest as possible.
Are you able to regularly donate at our London Bridge clinic?
Do you have the legal right to reside in the UK?
Are you currently diagnosed or experiencing any symptoms of a sexually transmitted disease or infection?

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Central London location

Central London location

We're just a minute from the London Bridge tube station or a short walk from the train terminal.

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Help realise a dream

Help realise a dream

Many families struggle to have children. If you are aged 18-45, you can help them realise their dream.

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Donors from all walks of life

Donors from all walks of life

Sperm donors are a diverse group of men that all wish to help. We need men like you.

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Our stories

If you are thinking of becoming a donor, find out how you could change someone’s life and help them realise their dream of having a family of their own.

Mike's Story

Mike's Story "I know there are people out there that can't have children. I want to help them."

Sebastien's Story

Sebastien's Story "It's something that wouldn't hurt me, but would help others."

Zac's Story

Zac's Story "I want to give back to the community."