To help individuals or couples in their attempt to become parents, Rainbow Fertility operate comprehensive sperm, egg and embryo donor programs. It may seem like a fairly simple process; however, the decision to create a family using donor sperm, eggs, or embryos, will have a significant impact on everyone involved (including the recipient, the donor and the child who is born as a result of the donation).
If you decide to go ahead, our friendly staff will provide you with guidance and support throughout the process, helping you make informed decisions and find the right option for you.
Find out more about our donor programs.
Rainbow Fertility operates a sperm donor program to give recipients (and their partners, if applicable) who need the assistance of donor sperm the opportunity to become a parent. Choosing a sperm donor is one of the first things an individual or couple undergoing fertility treatment with donor sperm will need to do.
Sperm donors are classified as either “known” or “unknown” depending on the type of relationship between donor and recipient.
At Rainbow Fertility if you already have a “known” donor we will be happy to work with them. Alternatively, we have a large range of clinic-recruited donor sperm available with no wait times.
To help couples and individuals find their ideal donor, Rainbow Fertility in partnership with City Fertility has launched a new initiative, Addam Donor Bank.
Addam Donor Bank is Australia’s leading donor sperm bank which was created with the sole purpose of helping couples and individuals who require donor sperm to fulfil their dreams of parenthood. With a large range of donors to choose from, Addam allows users to find their ideal donor in the privacy and convenience of their own home in three simple steps – search, match and request.
To learn more, visit our Addam Donor Bank page.
Please note clinic-recruited donors from Australia are able to donate to up no more than 10 women in VIC and QLD and 5 in NSW (this includes the donor and any current or former partner of the donor). If you want to use the same donor for both partners, it is important to let the clinic know as we will try to help you select a donor with whom this is possible.
After starting the family-building process with Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), some people may discover they, or their partner, have a fertility problem and need an egg donor. There are a couple of ways this can be achieved.
People of all ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds can become clinic-recruited donors at Rainbow Fertility. This includes people of different heights, shapes and sizes, as long as they meet the criteria below:
We understand that choosing a donor can be difficult. We have a dedicated and experienced donor team to provide you with guidance and support throughout the process. Feel free to contact our friendly team to learn more about our donor program and the fertility treatment options available to you.