Donor Sibling Registry Connects Families Sperm donors traditionally remain anonymous, but are assigned a number. Through the Donor Sibling Registry, parents of children conceived by a single donor can get in touch with each other. Have you reached out to your child's half-siblings, or your own?

Donor Sibling Registry Connects Families

Donor Sibling Registry Connects Families

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Sperm donors traditionally remain anonymous, but are assigned a number. Through the Donor Sibling Registry, parents of children conceived by a single donor can get in touch with each other.

Tell us: Have you reached out to your child's half-siblings, or your own?

Guests:

Susan Hollander, counselor for donor families. Her donor-conceived son met his half-sister on the Donor Sibling Registry.

Wendy Kramer, founder of Donor Sibling Registry

Liza Mundy, Washington Post staff writer