What is S.E.E.D.S.’ role?
S.E.E.D.S. is your liaison and coordinator throughout every area of all the complex arrangements associated with the Gestational Carrier process from the time of the first meeting, through the Matching and until 4 months post-birth.
OUR responsibilities include but are not limited to:
How long will I wait to be matched with a Gestational Carrier?
The matching process between a Gestational Carrier and Intended Parent/s is a highly personalized process; it is not a quick and easy match. We make every effort to respect both parties’ needs and desires.
S.E.E.D.S. relies on the information supplied by the various participants in suggesting potential matches. In every case, the ultimate decision for a successful match is solely up to the participants involved, the Intended Parent/s and Gestational Carrier candidate.
S.E.E.D.S. will use its best efforts to match Intended Parent/s with Gestational Carriers who meet their designated criteria.
How Much does it cost?
The Gestational Carrier program cost includes many variables such as: