Agency helps to make dreams come true for families
Sponsored by Hawaii Surrogacy Center
There’s a significant need for surrogates, and here in Hawaii many hopeful parents wait six months or more for a match. Whether you live on Oahu or Kauai, Hawaii Surrogacy Center wants women to know they can help make dreams come true for local families.
Surrogacy is growing in Hawaii. As the state’s leading surrogacy agency with over a decade of experience, the center has worked with over a hundred local families. Gestational surrogacy is one way that an individual or couple can have a baby. Intended parents work with a gestational carrier who then becomes pregnant using embryos created by the intended parents. The surrogate has no genetic relationship to the baby, so they’re carrying and growing the baby for another family.
“Most of the parents we work with have suffered so much heartbreak and have been trying for years to have a child,” says Surrogate Ambassador Prizzilla Greer. “You’re their hope.”
Most surrogates in the program receive around $40,000.
“We are looking for women who love being pregnant and are motivated to help others have a family,” Greer says. “Surrogates should be between the ages of 21-40, have uncomplicated pregnancies and deliveries, and lead a healthy lifestyle. As a surrogate ambassador, I also talk to candidate about the importance of having the support of their family and friends.”
Hawaii Surrogacy Center is a team of ten women, so the agency is small enough to know all its surrogates really well while also providing great programs and extra support. There are also coordinators on Maui, the Big Island, and Kauai.
“As a coordinator, I’m with you through the whole process from beginning to end,” says Breyonna Cadina. “From when you meet your intended parents for the first time to when you deliver.”
For more information: hawaiisurrogacy.com, or on Facebook and Instagram: @hawaiisurrogacy