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Surrogacy is on the rise in Hawaii

Surrogacy is on the rise, and hopeful parents are looking for the right match to start their family. 

Mahalo to Maui Family Magazine for featuring us in their recent article about surrogacy in Hawaii! We answered all their questions about how to become a surrogate, what to expect, and how surrogacy is a positive, life-changing experience.

“One of our surrogates said it best, “I feel like I’ve helped put a little more love into the world, and that’s something I can always look back on and feel good about.”  It’s not every day that someone becomes a surrogate.  You join this incredible sisterhood of women that have given the ultimate gift – life!  Most of the parents we work with have suffered so much heartbreak and have been trying for years to have a child.  Through your selfless actions as a surrogate, you made that dream come true.”

Read the full article here: https://mauifamilymagazine.com/becoming-a-surrogate-in-hawaii/?fbclid=IwAR3CuQR5S0bajvYlCAJp-UGtiRf5x3QnmNm6XwexU6IGfvBE_m5VTwrAKd0

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