Become a sperm donor

Make a difference to women and couples all over the world and get compensated

A crucial difference

You can help women and couples all over the world to have a child. To them, your help is crucial.

Compensation

You will be compensated with £35 for each approved donation, as regulated by the HFEA.

Health check

You will receive a free, thorough health check, genetic analysis and regular STD screening.

Become a sperm donor

Apply now

Enter your year of birth

Where do you want to donate?

Choose a date for your first appointment

It is important that you do not ejaculate 48 hours before giving a sperm sample

Select a time period

Unfortunately, you cannot apply to become a sperm donor

Personal and contact information

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Become a sperm donor

How it works

1Application

Start by filling in our online application form. Choose a date and time for your first visit. Your sperm sample will be analysed, and if successfully approved, we will invite you to the next step.

2Interview

You will meet with our donor coordinator to discuss your family history, to rule out any serious hereditary disorders. You will also be provided with further information about what it means to be a sperm donor.

3Health Check & Counselling

You will have a health check and physical examination with one of our doctors. You will be offered a counselling session with our counsellor. A blood and urine sample will then be taken and the results analysed by our geneticist.

4Profile review & donor approval

The last step is a profile review. We will finalise your profile and record an audio interview. Following successful completion of this stage, you will be approved as a qualified donor.

Other donors

What our donors say

I always knew that I wanted to become a dad someday. Suddenly, I started to wonder “what if I can’t make a baby?” I did a lot of thinking about what I would do if my sperm count were too low. Would I consider adopting? Absolutely. I’d have no problem with my child not having my genes, but if I had the option, I would prefer my child to look a bit like me.

I am convinced that it is your environment and upbringing that defines who a child becomes. Therefore, it is important to me that parents, who want a baby out of love, also have that opportunity. As a sperm donor, I am able to fulfil these peoples greatest wish. For me, what is most important in raising a child is love!

// Martin

After talking with a friend, who is a sperm donor, I decided to apply. I liked the thought of helping others. I did the initial tests and was accepted as a donor.

It is a privilege for me to be able to create life and make others happy.

I have been a sperm donor now for almost three years, and the thought of helping others is actually why I keep doing it. I am aware that someday, a donor child may contact me, and I look forward to talking to them and to giving them the answers, they are looking for.

// Nicolai

When I was accepted into the sperm donor programme, there were a lot of things to consider. I had the opportunity to help others, to make my mark on society and get a fair compensation at the same time. Another important aspect for me was the support of my family. I wanted them to know that I am a donor, and they are fine with it.

I have experienced first hand what it does to a person to not be able to have the children, one wants. If I could assist in such a difficult situation, I would be happy to. Personally, I like the thought of passing on my genes and knowing that even if I never have children of my own, a part of me lives on. The money is a very nice bonus. I don’t consider it payment; it’s merely compensation.

// Christian

My wife and I had many difficulties having children. My wife had a fertility check and I had a sperm count analysis, and we had a talk about what options we had within the area of fertility treatment. If my sperm count were low, we would very possibly use a sperm donor.

It turned out that I didn’t have low sperm count, and because of our talk I decided that I wanted to do my part to help others in that situation. It was not a hard decision to make, and I applied right away.
To me, if you want help, you must also help others. I am very happy and proud to be able to help people fulfil their dream.

// Simon

Become a sperm donor

Apply now

Enter your year of birth

Where do you want to donate?

Choose a date for your first appointment

It is important that you do not ejaculate 48 hours before giving a sperm sample

Select a time period

Unfortunately, you cannot apply to become a sperm donor

Personal and contact information

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Frequently asked questions

Below you can find answers to our most frequently asked questions – our FAQs.
If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to call us on020 3630 0147 or email us at donor.uk@europeanspermbank.com

According to UK-law, you cannot donate sperm anonymously. However, only children conceived as a result of your sperm will be allowed to contact you when they reach the legal age of 18. European Sperm Bank will also know your identity.

You can donate at our Holborn clinic, a 5-minute walk from Chancery Lane underground station.

We ask you to donate at least four times per month.

A donor can be compensated up to £35 for each approved donation, as regulated by the HFEA: You will receive £20 right away and £15 after the donation has been screened for STDs and approved. Read more about being a sperm donor.

Frequently asked questions