How to Become a Surrogate in Hawaii


Do you enjoy being pregnant? Do you want to give the incredible gift of helping someone complete their family?


Partner with us at Hawaii Surrogacy and embark on a fulfilling surrogate journey filled with genuine care and unparalleled support.


Why Choose Hawaii Surrogacy?

  • Top-Notch Medical Care

    Partnering with Hawaii's leading fertility clinics, we provide exceptional medical care, prioritizing the health of our surrogates and the babies they nurture.

  • Legal Security

    Working with experienced legal advisors, we ensure a stress-free process by managing surrogacy contracts, rights, and obligations, protecting your best interests.

  • Genuine Care

    Our surrogates are a part of our Ohana (family). We show sincere appreciation and invest in building strong relationships throughout your journey.

  • Unparalleled Support

    Each journey has a dedicated case manager with only a few cases, which means unwavering dedication to our surrogates' well-being at every stage. You'll receive exemplary support from experienced professionals (many of our case managers have also been surrogates!) who understand and celebrate your crucial role in building a family.

  • Community & Connections

    Connect with our surrogate community to share experiences, gain insights, and celebrate the joys of helping others grow their families.

Gestational Surrogate
Qualifications & Requirements

Surrogates in our program receive compensation packages of up to $60,000.

Hawaii Surrogate
Between 21-40 years old
Have already carried at least one child to term
Are height/weight proportionate
No history of illicit drug use
Have a stable and healthy lifestyle
Enjoy being pregnant
Willing to take injectable medication
Financially stable
Live in Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, or other surrogacy-friendly states

How to Become a Surrogate Mother

Please complete our Surrogate Inquiry Form below so we can contact you and discuss our program further.

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