NGDT needs YOU to help celebrate ten years of donor identifiability in UK

STOP PRESS:  With a deadline of 24th August (NOW EXTENDED TO 7TH SEPTEMBER) please consider contributing to the latest book to be produced by the National Gamete Donation Trust following the enormous success of Letters to my Donor.  This time they are looking for the thoughts, feelings or experiences of donors, donor conceived people, parents or professionals working in clinics to help celebrate ten years since the ending of donor anonymity in the UK.  You could write 100, 250 or 750 words and stay anonymous if you wish, but ideally, and in the spirit of the book, your real name would be given, but no photographs.  Further details and ideas for what to write at –

And whilst you are there, have a good look round NGDT’s fantastic new web site.  Lots of crystal clear accurate information for everyone involved in donor conception whether you are donor conceived (for NGDT is also the home of the Donor Conceived Register), thinking of becoming a donor or a recipient, are already a parent or are one of a team at a fertility clinic.


About oliviasview

Co-founder and now Practice Consultant at Donor Conception Network. Mother to two donor conceived adults and a son conceived without help in my first marriage.
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