Give the Gift of Family

Become an Egg Donor &
Get up to $8000 Reimbursement

Learn Why Egg Helpers is Canada’s Leading Egg
Donation Agency

Up to $8,000 Reimbursement

Your commitment and selflessness as an egg donor should be recognized and appreciated. At Egg Helpers, we offer generous reimbursement of up to $8,000 ensure that all donation expenses are covered.

Support for Every Egg Donor

Your well-being is our top priority. We provide ongoing support for every egg donor, ensuring you’re never left with questions, or without a friend.

16+ Years of Experience

We have over 16 years of experience in egg donation and boast a team of experts, many of whom have walked the journey themselves. We understand the emotions involved and are here to support and guide you every step of the way.

The Highest Level of Care

We have strong relationships with leading fertility and legal professionals worldwide. We work closely with them to ensure you receive the highest medical and legal care and have the necessary resources for a successful egg donation experience.

By Egg Donors, for Egg Donors

Egg helpers was founded and is operated by experienced egg donors. This unique perspective ensures we understand your needs and can provide the support and guidance that only someone who’s been through the journey can offer.

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About Egg Helpers

Egg Helpers was founded in 2007 with the goal to create happier and more fulfilling experiences for intended parents and egg donors. With over 16 years of experience and a wholesome understanding of egg donation, Egg Helpers offers support and guidance throughout your entire journey. As your trusted advocate, we ensure industry professionals respect, care for, and support you.

Join us in the process of creating families. With Egg Helpers, you'll find honesty, compassion, understanding, and unwavering support every step of the way.

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Becoming an Egg Donor

Each of our egg donors must meet the following criteria:

  • Be between the ages of 19 and 32.
  • Be a physically healthy.
  • Be a non-smoker.
  • Have no history of drug or alcohol abuse.
  • Not currently on depo-provera.

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Become an Egg Donor with Egg Helpers

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Egg Helpers Egg Donation FAQ


Egg donation is a form of assisted reproduction, where a woman donates some of her eggs to another woman so she may have a child. This is possible through advancements in reproductive technology using in-vitro fertilization (IVF). People who would not otherwise be able to have children can now do so through egg donation and IVF.

Our clients require the generosity of an egg donor to have a child for many reasons. Some reasons include:

  • Premature ovarian failure.
  • Diminished ovarian reserve.
  • Endometriosis, PCOS, or another gynecological issue.
  • Same-sex couples.
  • Unexplained infertility.
  • Repeated IVF failure using the mother’s own eggs.

Regardless of the specific reason, all our hopeful parents genuinely desire a child and are committed to sharing this journey with you.

In Canada, egg donation is an altruistic process. But that does not mean free, or that Intended Parents don’t need to cover your expenses. At Egg Helpers, we reimburse up to $8,000 for all donation expenses to ensure the process is comfortable for you.

There are no proven long-term risks from egg donation. Empirical studies have not demonstrated a definitive link between egg donation and infertility, cancer, or any other significant long-term health problems. However, it is always important to discuss any side effects with your doctor.

Yes, egg donors will sign a legal contract after being matched with a recipient (future parent). All legal fees are covered by the recipient.


To become an egg donor, you must:

  • be between the ages of 19 and 32.
  • be physically healthy and a healthy weight.
  • not smoke or use recreational drugs.
  • have no personal or family history of genetic disorders such as bipolar, epilepsy, or schizophrenia.
  • be fully committed to the egg donation process

You will need psychological and medical screening to ensure egg donation is safe for you.

Yes, you can! By having your tubal ligation, you prevent your eggs from reaching your uterus. As an egg donor, your eggs will be retrieved prior to being released from the ovary.


The first step is to complete our Egg Donor application. We’ll review your application and call you to discuss your medical history and next steps. Once your medical history is approved, we’ll reach out to request you have your counselling and bloodwork completed. This takes place at a fertility clinic. The counselling appointment is to ensure you have all your questions answered and that egg donation is a good fit for you. From there, we’ll ask you to complete a full medical screening.

The egg donation medical screening process involves several medical tests and procedures to help the physicians determine that you’re in good health and that it’s safe to proceed as an egg donor. Each physician may have a different protocol for screenings, but they perform any number of these tests:

  • blood work for various diseases
  • vaginal ultrasound
  • genetic screening
  • STD testing
  • drug/nicotine screening
  • a gynecological exam

Yes, the ½ day screening appointment and monitoring appointments are usually early in the morning, so please note that a flexible schedule is an asset, as there are typically between six and eight appointments. You will need to block an entire day for the egg retrieval.

You might! There are two kinds of egg donation: anonymous and known. Our team will speak with you during your intake about what type of egg donation will be right for you.

If you are completing an anonymous egg donation then you won’t be able to receive information about the recipient(s). But if you are completing a known egg donation than you would be able to receive information about the recipient(s).