Circle Surrogacy Opens up San Francisco Office

May 28, 2019


Boston-headquartered Circle Surrogacy & Egg Donation, the world’s largest full-service surrogate parenting agency, today announced a new office just outside of San Francisco to better serve the needs of its growing national and international clients. The new office will allow Circle to more easily and frequently meet with parents and surrogates, and enable them to continue to grow their relationships with local IVF clinics.

“We believe that clients value proximity when choosing an agency, so it is with great pleasure we are introducing an established Circle office on the West Coast to meet the needs of our intended parents and surrogates in the region,” said Sam Hyde, President of Circle Surrogacy. “We see great opportunity to grow our presence in the San Francisco and Northern California market with clients who represent the core of who we support – working professionals who value safety and security and are looking into options for growing their family.”


The new 1,100 square foot facility is located directly across the street from the Caltrain station, allowing convenient access for traveling clients. Circle’s West Coast office team will include Case Managers and Social Workers, as well as a Head of China Operations.

“The opening of the Burlingame office will help make parenthood possible for even more families in the western United States and internationally,” said Nancy Weatherby, parent through surrogacy and Parent Outreach Manager at Circle Surrogacy. “For those intended parents who prefer meeting with Circle in person, we’ll be able to provide that localized experience they’re looking for.”

Since 1995, Circle has helped grow more than 1,400 families for LGBTQ+, heterosexual, and HIV+ single and coupled intended parents across the U.S. and around the world. With growth every year since inception and the industry’s most innovative programs, such as unlimited matching, unlimited IVF, a fixed fee program, and concierge and VIP programs, Circle currently maintains around 70 employees, with remote employees across the country and in the UK and Brussels. About 40% of Circle’s staff have personal experience as parents through surrogacy, have been gestational carriers or egg donors, or have grown their families through IVF or adoption.

Read full announcement here.