Circle Surrogacy is the leading surrogacy agency in the United States for gay couples and individuals. John Weltman, Circle’s President, Founder and gay parent through surrogacy, has been helping LGBT couples and individuals from around the world become parents since 1995.

Circle offers a variety of gay surrogacy options to intended parents in a warm, flexible and supportive environment. And we hold all of our clinics to our same high standards on LGBT parenting issues.

What does gay surrogacy from Circle include?

  • A network of fertility clinics
  • SPAR program for HIV+ men
  • Database of egg donors
  • Access to sperm donors
  • Matching with gay-friendly surrogates and egg donors
  • Support and empathy from a dedicated staff
  • Unique parenthood options tailored to your wants and needs

We Protect You

Circle’s legal team ensures that your parental rights are affirmed and safeguarded. Whether you obtain a second-parent adoption, judgment of paternity/maternity, or custody orders, we are here to guide you and find solutions that protect your family. In addition to our years of experience working with same-sex couples, we continue to monitor legal and procedural developments around the world that affect all of our LGBT intended parents pursuing surrogacy.

LGBT Community Efforts

We know that having a baby is the first step in your family’s growth. Our joint efforts with non-profit agencies, such as Family Equality Council and Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD), are a reflection of our commitment to both our current and future gay intended parents.

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