Become a Sperm Donor
Sperm donors are in high demand.
As a sperm donor, you can earn as much as $1,000 per month. With donations accepted at locations in Spokane, Pullman and Missoula we encourage you to become a donor today and make a difference.
How to Qualify
If you are at least 5'10", between the ages of 18 and 35 years, have post-secondary education (college, vocational or technical) and are within normal limits of weight for your muscular build and height, you may be a potential candidate to become a donor. We need donors with all types of racial and ethnic backgrounds. We are not able to accept applicants who use tobacco products in any form, including smoking or ingesting marijuana. Use of these substances will be tested for throughout the donation process.
Benefits (at no cost) for sperm donors include the following tests:
- Semen Analysis
- Complete Medical Physical
- STD testing
- Drug Screening
- Routine and communicable diseases testing
- Testing for Genetic diseases, as indicated
Frequently Asked Questions
What do you do with the sperm I donate?
The sperm is sold to clients having difficulty conceiving a child for a variety of reasons.
How often will I get paid for donating sperm?
You would be paid monthly. Participation in the program is 6-12 months, with donations made 2-3 times per week.
Will the person buying the sperm know who I am?
No, unless you wish to be known.
Will people see me enter your facility?
Our offices in Spokane, Pullman and Missoula are located in large
office buildings with many other occupants. We are not in stand-alone
buildings labeled as a sperm bank. We are certainly proud of the work
we do and the difference we make, but are discreet in our footprint. We
see patients for fertility treatments, sell over-the-counter products,
have men leaving specimens for studies that we participate in, etc., so
our foot traffic is by no means just donors. The only way that anyone
could confirm your participation as a donor is if you confirm it with
What if I am not accepted?
It's natural to feel rejected if you are not chosen. Sometimes the
decision is made simply because the right match has not been found. In
some cases, it might become apparent that the time investment is too
great or that the process could be emotionally difficult. To prevent
prospective donors from dwelling on the reason they were not accepted,
it is our policy not to provide this information. Please make sure you
are comfortable with this policy prior to proceeding.
If you have additional questions, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
. We will respond to your inquiry as quickly as possible.
NW Cryobank Locations
508 W. 6th Ave., Suite 801
Spokane, WA 99204
1615 NE Eastgate Blvd.
Section G, Ste. 2 East
Pullman, WA 99163
1805 Bancroft St., Suite 1
Missoula, MT 59804