Donation of embryos is free with the National Registry for Adoption. If you’ve stored embryos and no longer need them, you can donate those embryos to waiting families. You can choose a family to receive your embryos.
Waiting families can join NRFA for a small monthly fee and search for available embryos. Adoptive families can create profiles and wait for embryos. The adoption contract is only $350. The expensive side of embryo adoption is IVF implantation, which varies by state and facility.
With an estimated 28 families in line for every newborn available for adoption, getting a baby from a birth mother can be expensive, slow and heartbreaking. One in six couples in the United States is dealing with infertility issues.
Listen as Katie Cline and Charis Boone, founders of the National Registry for Adoption, join Dr. Pamela Peeke to share details on embryo adoption.