Jewish Gestational Surrogate Needed for Jewish Intended Parents

Want to explore the possibilities of becoming a surrogate for married or single Jewish intended parents?

At this time, we are seeking a Jewish woman from the US to become a gestational surrogate for married and single intended parents who are Jewish. Because of religious law, the child-to-be must be carried by a single or married woman who is also Jewish for some intended parents.

At ARTparenting, we match gestational surrogates and intended parents from every faith and culture — we are known for the care and focus we place on the matching process. We are here to help you explore whether becoming a gestational surrogate mother with ARTparenting is the right choice for you.

Please explore our website to find out how our complete surrogacy program works: the financial aspects, the medical considerations, and the basic requirements. Read about our founder, Meryl Rosenberg, Esq., and her dedication to the field of reproductive law and the Jewish community.

Please fill out the form below to begin the conversation, or call us at (301) 217-0074. We'd love to hear from you.

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Surrogates share their experiences.

Read what a Jewish woman from the US has to say about her experience as a gestational surrogate on, The Joy of Being a Surrogate Mother.

Find out about three of ARTparenting's gestational surrogates on our Surrogacy Blog:

Kristina from Maryland

Ivy from Virginia

Brittany from Oregon