Who can become a sperm donor?

To become a sperm donor, you need to:

  • Be between 21-44 years of age
  • Consent to the release of identifying information to any future donor-conceived children
  • Undertake infectious and genetic screening tests
  • Provide a genetic and family medical history
  • Undergo counselling (if you have a partner, it’s our policy that they join you for counselling to consent to you becoming a sperm donor)
  • Agree to comply with all relevant legislation and regulations
  • Understand that donating sperm is altruistic. However reasonable expenses associated with sperm donations can be reimbursed

If you meet all of the above criteria then you’re perfect to help someone
in need start a family!


Those sperm aren’t going to donate themselves! It’s in your hands now.


Want more information? Download this free information pack to answer all the questions you didn’t know you had!


Would you like to learn more? Send us a message and one of our friendly team members will get back to you.

Interested? Call one of our trained fertility nurses on 1800 731 927

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