San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 12, 2005
US-based company, SpermBanker, is helping to raise awareness of the values of donating sperm to local sperm banks through the creation of an information-packed website: http://www.SpermBanker.com.
College students, the unemployed, and anyone else looking to make a little extra money while working for a great cause should look into donating sperm. The sperm banks are now paying their donors better then ever. Donors can expect to get $50 to $100 per donation. Since a donor can go up to 3 times a week, they are making considerable money for very little time and effort.
The site is designed for anyone looking to donate sperm. It lists the hard to find sperm banks where donors get paid to give sperm. Potential donors will be able to access a comprehensive directory of sperm donation banks around the United States, as well as benefit from information and advice.
ÂOur site will act as a valuable resource for folks looking to find paying sperm donation centers and for anyone else interested in donating sperm out of goodwill,Â stated Philip Michaels, CEO of SpermBanker.com. ÂAs well as offering important advice on giving sperm, we have provided a detailed directory of sperm banks around the US Â a resource that was not really available online until now. We are hoping that Hurricane Katrina evacuees will be able to donate sperm for money as a source of income as well. The main focus right now is to create awareness that there is a way for evacuees of Hurricane Katrina to make some money while they wait for the city to be rebuilt. Also, the kind of strange stigma that surrounds the world of sperm banks is starting to come down. There are more couples using sperm banks and more donors every year.Â
Typically the sperm donations are used by couples that are looking to start a family but for one reason or another don't have fertile sperm. Sperm donations are in decline since the months following September 11, 2001 brought a huge increase in donations. With this decline comes a huge shortage for the sperm banks.
Luckily for the sperm donors, the actual donation process is painless and simple. Generally a bank has a private and comfortable room for the donor to make the donation in. Many of the new centers have TVs and magazines to keep their donors entertained while they give sperm.
SpermBanker.com's listings were carefully researched and are constantly updated. Users can leave comments on the centers and signup for the newsletter to receive emails on the latest sperm donation news. The site was founded to get young people involved in the sperm donation process. Mr. Michaels believes that donors who start by selling sperm will more than likely donate out of goodwill when they don't need the money, and this philanthropy helps us all in the end.