San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 03, 2015
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention more than seven million Americans struggle with infertility. March marks Surrogacy Awareness Month®, a time of reflection, hope and thanks. It promotes infertility awareness and the needs of gay fathers, while recognizing how surrogates lend a helping hand to childless couples all over the world by fulfilling their dreams of becoming parents.
Those diagnosed with infertility face numerous challenges every day, and surrogacy is an option for many who cannot have a child without their help.
Surrogacy Awareness Month® is sponsored by Extraordinary Conceptions, LLC, an international surrogate and egg donor agency, based in San Diego, CA. In honor of this special month, the company also designed one-of-a-kind Surrogacy Awareness Month® lapel pins to promote inspiration and dialogue.
The mission of Surrogacy Awareness Month® is to recognize, celebrate and support the women who have chosen to give the gift of life through surrogacy with grace and kindness as they help others achieve the dream of having a child. They aspire to achieve and exemplify higher ideals, answering unselfishly to the needs of others in the name of service.
Please join together by preparing communities around the country and world to celebrate Surrogacy Awareness Month®, by creating a global spotlight on infertility, gay fathers, and the gift of life surrogacy brings each and every day.
For more information regarding this debut awareness month, please contact Erica Hawkesworth at 760-438-2265. Extraordinary Conceptions is located at 2701 Loker Avenue West, Suite 100 in Carlsbad CA, 92010.
Please visit the website of Surrogacy Awareness Month® at http://www.surrogacyawarenessmonth.com
About Surrogacy Awareness Month®
Surrogacy Awareness Month® emerged from three very special, distinct individuals. Each of them has been touched by surrogacy.
Stephanie and Mario Caballero battled infertility for several years and eventually had twins via a surrogate. Following their struggles, they opened the doors to Extraordinary Conceptions ten years ago. The other individual is a former three-time surrogate, Christa Lynch. While Christa is a retired surrogate, her journey still continues as a Surrogate Support Specialist at Extraordinary Conceptions. She supports and mentors veteran and new surrogates while championing the regarded Surrogate Sisterhood support group.