As a sperm donor, you receive compensation for your help. For many men, the greatest reward of being a sperm donor is being able to help others. But of course, you shall receive financial compensation for the inconvenience.
The amount that you receive is in principle considered as a compensation for your inconvenience and transport. In other words, you are not being paid for your sperm.
As a sperm donor, you can receive up to DKK 500 per donation. If you donate three times a week, you can receive up to DKK 6,000 a month. The amount is based on the quality of the sperm, the amount of sperm you donate each time and your profile type. You are guaranteed a minimum of DKK 100 for a donation – even if the sample is not approved. You will receive the financial compensation when you have made 10 donations (also called a batch), and your blood and urine tests have been approved. Once a batch is completed, you simply start a new one.
In addition to the standard compensation, you also have the opportunity to receive a bonus amount. If you choose to fill out an Extended Profile, you will receive a bonus amount of DKK 1500, and as an ID Release donor, you will receive a bonus of DKK 500 when you fill out the consent forms. The bonus amounts are one-off amounts and you will receive them together with the standard compensation.