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At The Gift of Surrogacy, we know that Surrogacy was not
your first choice in growing your family.  Our goal is to
make sure that we are able to provide you with the best
possible alternative.  You have a lot of choices in the world
of Surrogacy, the best way to get a feel for our agency is to
check out our Frequently Asked Questions, (
FAQ) page.
"There is no chance, no
destiny, no fate, that
can hinder or control
the firm resolve of a
determined soul."
-Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Services for both Intended Parents &
Surrogates
Whether you have come to this site as an
Intended Parent or as a potential
Surrogate, our
Services page will provide
you with invaluable information for both
processes.  

Service subcategories include:
Intended Parents, Surrogates, Fees, and
a listing of our
Available Surrogates.
The Benefits of Surrogacy
Surrogacy can be a wonderful solution for
those who are unable to have a child on
their own:
  • It offers the option to have a baby
    that is genetically related to one or
    both of the parents
  • It allows the parents to be actively
    involved in the conception and
    growth prior to birth
  • It affords excellent success rates
The Surrogate Solution
No one anticipates that they will experience fertility
problems, yet, 1 out of 5 couples in the USA are faced with
some form of infertility. Since the early 1990’s there has
been a rapid increase in the number of couples who choose
surrogacy as their solution to these fertility issues.

One of the major reasons for the increased popularity of
surrogacy is the steady decline in the number of healthy
newborns readily available for adoption. There can be as
many as seventy couples vying to adopt a single newborn.  
And, there is an increased risk with adoption: the birth-
mother’s right to change her mind.      

Thanks to recent changes in legislation, the headline
“surrogacy gone wrong” cases are a thing of the past. The
new class of surrogate, the “gestational” surrogate has
eliminated these concerns for the intended parents.  A
gestational surrogate, by definition, has no genetic link to
the child that she is carrying. Therefore, the child is the
genetic property of the intended parents and the surrogacy
contract is legally recognized and enforceable.

By choosing surrogacy, intended parents have found a way
to take control of their infertility.  They are able to have a
baby that is genetically related to one or both of the parents
and surrogacy gives them the ability to be involved in every
aspect of the pregnancy—from prior to conception through
the birth.  

The surrogate solution is more common than most people
might think.  More than 50,000 children have been born as
the result of surrogate pregnancies. For many couples, it
was not only a valid option, surrogacy was the solution.
The Gift of Surrogacy does not discriminate based on age,
ethnic background, marital status, religious affiliation, or
sexual orientation.

This website is designed for general information only.
The information presented at this site should not be
construed to be formal legal or medical advice, nor the
formation of an agency/client relationship.

Send mail to:
mail@thegiftofsurrogacy.com with questions or
comments about this website.

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