Where Can You Learn More About Embryo Donation and Adoption?

Embryo adoption was introduced to the world in 1997 through Nightlight Christian AdoptionsSnowflakes Embryo Adoption Program. Since then, it’s grown exponentially, with couples realizing their dreams to become parents after years of struggling, and thousands of embryos given the chance to grow and develop into the children they were created to be.

Along with the growth in popularity, the number of adoption agencies, clinics, and programs offering embryo adoption and donation as an option have grown too. There are a ton of resources available to help you decide if it’s the right choice for you!

  • Embryo Adoption Awareness Center – Our website is a great place to start your search for information about embryo donation and adoption! Not only can you find FAQs for adopters, donors, clinics, and agencies – you can access our videos, watch our previous webinars (or even sign up for a new one!), read about families that have been blessed with children because of embryo adoption, and find contact information for organizations that provide assistance with embryo adoption. There are seemingly endless resources available.You can also interact with us and learn even more via our social media channels! Of course, you’ve already found our blog, but we’re also on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, and LinkedIn.
  • Snowflakes Embryo Adoption Program – As the first-ever embryo adoption program, Snowflakes has close to 20 years of experience with embryo adoption. Through their website, you can learn more about the process and cost of adopting an embryo through an adoption agency. You can even see a photo of one of the newest Snowflake Babies on their new home page!
  • National Embryo Donation Center – The National Embryo Donation Center was established in 2003, and is a great example of a clinic-based organization that offers embryo donation dealing with both donating and adopting families. In addition to information about the donation and adoption of embryos through the NEDC their website, you can find a list of resources to make your research easier.

Of course, there are many other resources available to you, but these three are a great place to start. Check them out, and let us know if you’ve found any other great resources in the comments!

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