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Choosing a Donor

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Choosing a sperm donor for your baby is one of the most significant and exciting decisions you will ever make. It may also feel a little overwhelming. That’s why we are happy to offer a remarkable level of personal attention and guidance through this extraordinary journey. One of our client service specialists will be available to walk you through the entire process on the phone or in person. They can answer your questions at any time and can provide you with as much – or as little – assistance as you need.

"Our experience with New England Cryogenic Center was extremely positive and effortless, thanks to the friendly and genuinely caring staff."

Getting started is easy

You’ll be pleased to know we’ve made the process of choosing a donor as simple and convenient as possible. You can browse our donor catalog, or use our advanced search features to search for a donor with specific attributes. If you would like personal assistance, you can speak with a client service specialist, arrange for photo or characteristic matching, or learn more about our ID Option Donor Program.

When you’re ready to order, simply give us a call and we’ll help you arrange for shipping. We deliver specimens via courier within the greater Boston area, and ship specimens via priority delivery service to every corner of the globe.

Once your specimen has been shipped and received, your physician will guide you through the insemination process.

Note: It is important that you choose a health care professional to guide you through this process before contacting us.

You’ll find a lot of helpful information on this web site, but if you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us directly.

Request a Brochure

Fill out the form below and we'll mail you a brochure.

Under "Brochure Type" please choose "Donor Catalog Brochure" if you would like to purchase Donor Specimens. Please choose "Sperm Banking Brochure" if you are interested in banking your own specimens.