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Virginia Man to Crowdfund a Gestational Carrier to Start His Family

Leesburg – WEBWIRE

it would be great joy to see generous people helping others

In a time when many families are started late due to the desire of establishing a career first, then an obvious question arises.  What do they do when the intended parent runs out of time?  That is what happened to Karl Arnold, a 53-year-old Virginia man who like so many others has always wanted to be a parent to a child.  However, Karl was laid off from multiple jobs and suffered a strained relationship between him and his fiancé. The economic slump of 2009 and 2010 made matters worse for Karl, throwing a wrench in his plans to settle down and have a child. 
Over the years he has been unsuccessful in finding a romantic partner and has pursued various avenues including dating websites.  Running out of time, Karl realized that gestational surrogacy is likely to be his only option of becoming a father.  A critical part of the surrogate process is the need for a surrogate mother, otherwise known as a Gestational Carrier (GC).  With high hopes, Karl believes that creating and building a family is certainly one of the most crucial things he can do in his life. To do this, he hopes donors like you will help fund the necessary costs to pay towards a gestational carrier and the related expenses for the 9-month journey.  Although securing a gestational carrier is an important step, it’s only part of the entire surrogacy process.  Intended parents must have a successful IFV transfer to get the process started with the gestational carrier.
Karl has started a GoFundMe campaign and is asking for donations from thousands of generous people like you who understand and appreciate the meaning of family and connection. Donations can be made through his personal site or donate directly from his GoFundMe page.  In Karl’s own words, “it would be great joy to see generous people helping others”.  Karl is looking to make his dream of becoming a father a reality, and he cannot do it without your help.
Gestational Carrier’s take on a vital role, they nourish and carry the baby until birth.   They give up their time and effort to help other intended parents to have a child and experience raising a family.  Due to the responsibility set aside for this role, the average cost for first time GC can be $25,000 although this figure can be misleading.  When maternity clothes, doctors’ visits, insurance and many other items are factored in, the cost can blossom to over $60,000 and more.  Karl is trying to raise $40,500 through crowdfunding which is not easy to attain without calling on the generosity and kindness of people who are willing to help raise the money and make this dream of being a dad come true for him. 
This is one of the biggest costs in the total cost for surrogate and Karl does not have the financial resources to bring a child into this world on his own. So, he is asking for some help from his friends and relatives, and the crowdfund community. So, if you think that love is what really makes a family, please support Karl in his journey and help him become a father by donating today.
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