Become A Surrogate
If you’re passionate about helping families grow, and you really enjoyed being pregnant, you may consider becoming a surrogate!
"Becoming a surrogate has been one of the most fulfilling things I have ever done in my life. The best part is the wonderful relationships I was able to build with both my Intended Parents throughout my journey. I'm so happy we are still close." -Sloane Adams
The Experience of Becoming a Surrogate
Our surrogates have described surrogacy as an incredibly fulfilling experience and often end up loving surrogacy so much they go on to have more than one surrogate pregnancy journey. This can even lead to carrying a sibling for the same family they helped before.
Choosing to become a gestational surrogate is a very big commitment. As you can imagine, the first step for those interested in pursuing surrogacy should be researched. Here at Kindred Surrogacy, we want to answer any and all questions you may have about surrogacy, IVF, and even infertility. Our goal is to act as a resource and help you become familiar with the process, the agencies involved, and understand any potential risks.
The Requirements to Become a Surrogate:
Be Between the ages of 21 and 40
Must have carried at least one child to term
Have no history of pregnancy complications
Meet clinic required BMI range
Lead a healthy and safe lifestyle
Must not smoke or use illegal drugs
Need to be financially stable
Have a strong support system at home (family, partner, etc.)
Exceptions may be made based on review
The Compensation for Being a Surrogate
We understand that Surrogacy is one of the most rewarding things a woman can do in life, however we also understand that it is one of the biggest commitments you can make as well. Due to this, there is generous compensation for each surrogate who successfully qualifies and carries a child for their matched family.