Generous Surrogate Compensation
Our expert team knows that it takes a special kind of selflessness and commitment to be a surrogate mother, and we encounter very few women who want to do it for the surrogate compensation or surrogacy payment alone. We admire our surrogates’ generous spirit and want to reward it. But it’s natural to ask, how much does a surrogate make?
Our United States surrogacy program is committed to ensuring that every surrogate receives fair surrogacy payment and financial protections. In addition to providing generous compensation, we ensure that your financial needs are covered every step of the way.
Exploring compensation at CSP
When you become a surrogate, you can make dreams come true and help create families. But being a surrogate isn’t just life-changing for the baby’s parents and their entire families. It can also provide amazing benefits for you and the ones you love.
When you become a surrogate mother, you will earn surrogate compensation that you can use to pay off your mortgage, save for your child’s college education, fund a family vacation or go back to school to better support your family.
One big benefit of working with CSP is the confidence that your financial interests will always be protected. Before you proceed with the surrogacy process, we will ensure that a trust fund is fully funded to cover all of your fees and expenses throughout the pregnancy, so you’ll have surrogate compensation right up-front and money when you need it.
How much does a surrogate make?
Surrogate compensation varies depending on the state you live in and whether you are a first-time or an experienced surrogate. The useful tool below presents a range of surrogacy payment options, and can help you determine what you could earn as a surrogate in our program. Please keep in mind that you will only receive full compensation if you do become pregnant and successfully deliver a baby for the intended parents you’re helping.
In addition to compensation, our surrogacy agency will ensure that you are covered for all expenses associated with your surrogacy cycle. This includes medical insurance (if needed), IVF medications and the embryo transfer. You may receive additional income if you require a c-section or become pregnant with twins.
Surrogacy payment may also cover lost wages, childcare, travel expenses and other costs related to you serving as a surrogate. Want to learn more to answer the question, how much does a surrogate make? You can find more detail in the chart below.
|U.S. Surrogates||* US$46,000 - $50,000||* US$51,000 - $68,000|
|First-Time Surrogate||Repeat Surrogate|
|Insurance||Paid if Policy is Needed||Paid if Policy is Needed|
|IVF Medication & Transfer Fee||$750 - $1,750||$750 - $1,750|
|Pumping Fee||$200 per Week||$200 per Week|
|Additional Compensation**||Additional Compensation**|
|Lost Wages||Actual Net||Actual Net|
|Travel Companion Lost Wages||up to $150 per day||up to $150 per day|
|Childcare||Up to $80 per Day||Up to $80 per Day|
|Mileage||Over 60 Miles One Way||Over 60 Miles One Way|
|* Compensation is based on location, Employment & Health Insurance Status, other factors|
|** terms apply|
The biggest reward of being a surrogate is knowing that you helped bring a baby into the arms of loving parents. If you’re considering becoming a surrogate, it’s natural to wonder, how much does a surrogate make? We would be happy to tell you more about surrogate compensation through our United States surrogacy program, so contact us for more information today.
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