Welcome to our Sperm Donation Program


Join us in making a significant difference in the lives of families longing to conceive by becoming a sperm donor. Your decision to contribute holds the potential to fulfill the dreams of those striving to start or expand their families. By embarking on this journey, you’re offering hope and the possibility of taking part in creating new beginnings. Let us tell you more about how you can positively impact lives and be a part of this noble endeavor.

Who can benefit from your generous gift

A sperm donation is a generous act for couples and women who would love to experience parenthood but cannot do it without your help.

Your sperm donation can help:

  • Women who choose to conceive without a partner can benefit significantly from sperm donation. This includes single women who desire to experience motherhood and raise a child on their own
  • Same-sex female couples seeking to have children need to use donated sperm to achieve their dream of starting a family together. This is an avenue for conception, allowing both partners to actively participate in the journey to parenthood.
  • Heterosexual couples with male infertility challenges find sperm donation to be an invaluable solution. When male partners encounter difficulties in producing viable sperm, sperm donation offers an alternative method for conception, enabling these couples to realise their aspirations of having a child.

Who can be a sperm donor?

What is sperm donation?

A generous act for couples and women who would love to experience parenthood but cannot do it without your help. It is a generous act to help others fulfil their dreams of family.

Men from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds are warmly welcome to become Family Fertility Centre Sperm Donors.

If you are aged between 18 and 45, healthy and want to find out more about your fertility and genetics, willing to share your identifying information with donor-conceived children once they are aged 18 or older, happy to have a good chat with a counsellor to help you fully appreciate the significance of your contribution to others and willing to receive reimbursements of genuine expenses while maintaining an altruistic and selfless donation….

Then you are the right man and you are in the right place.

You may also want to know that...


  • Sperm donors have no financial or legal responsibility for donor-conceived children
  • Sperm donation can be known (donating to your friends, family members, etc), and it can be de-identified
  • The only people who can access your information through Donor Conception Register are donor-conceived children once aged 18 or their parents or guardians for children below 18 years of age.
  • If a child is born from your donation, you can find out about their gender, year of birth, and general health.

    Key steps to become a donor


    Initial consultation with our Donor Program Specialist


    Initial medical appointment to find out all about you and your health 


    To find out more about your health & genertics. 


    All you need to know about the psychological and social impact of your donation.

    Sign off

    Opportunity to fully discuss all the information and record your consent for donation.  

    Reach out to our Donor Program Specialist today

    Email Yass (yassaman@familyfertilitycentre.com.au) to find out more.


    We don’t give up when others might, contact us today to discuss how we can help.