By becoming a sperm donor, you have the opportunity to help women or couples, who are unable to conceive naturally, become parents.
The first step towards becoming a sperm donor is to register your interest. You can email us, call us or request an information pack. Check out our Step-by-Step guide.
Men of all ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds can become sperm donors. However, we need to check a few things to make sure you meet some requirements.
Sperm Donors Australia would like to reassure you that our donor program remains open and we continue to take enquiries and registrations. We are closely monitoring the current situation and guidelines provided by the Australian Government – Department of Health. The safety of our donors, patients and staff is our main priority and we have taken numerous measures to address this.
Looking to Access Donor Sperm?
If you have been diagnosed with infertility and/or are considering becoming a sperm recipient we can help. City Fertility offers IVF with donated sperm (known or clinic recruited).
If you would like to learn more about who can be a sperm recipient, what is involved and what to expect, please get in touch with City Fertility.
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Please be advised that Donation of Reproductive Tissue in Australia must be Altruistic
City Fertility Centre is accredited by a Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) Certification Body in accordance with the Reproductive Technology Accreditation Committee (RTAC) Certification Scheme
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