PDX Accredited Business Nominated for Favorite Fertility Resource

by Danielle Kane | Jan 17, 2020 7:43:31 AM

All Families Surrogacy (AFS) was recently nominated by PDX Parent Magazine for
2020 Parent Picks as a local “favorite fertility resource.” Better Business
Bureau Northwest + Pacific is proud to shine a spotlight on our accredited
businesses and their industry achievements and we congratulate AFS on this

All Families Surrogacy is a gestational surrogacy agency,
founded by an experienced surrogate. Not only are they a local gem in the
parenting community, but AFS was also BBB’s 2017 Torch Award winner,
exemplifying a high degree of transparency and trust with their clientele. And
in this industry, transparency and trust are a must.

This is a business that provides a profound opportunity for
many struggling couples. It’s a common problem for millions across the country
who want children but are unable to make it happen. The experience AFS provides
changes lives.

“We love being part of the Oregon business community and it
is wonderful to be recognized among so many other great fertility and surrogacy
resources this year,” said Carey Flamer-Powell, Founder and Director of All
Families Surrogacy

PDX Parent Magazine holds their annual reader’s favorite
Parent Picks poll each January. Editors of PDX Parent Magazine make the initial
nominations in many categories for local family-friendly businesses and
services. This year, categories include Arts & Entertainment, Family Fun,
Food & Drink and Fertility & Surrogacy Resources.

Want to see what makes AFS so special? BBB has long
recognized the way this business cares for its clients, as we illustrated in
this 2017 video.

And if you want to be a part of helping AFS win, simply
head to the PDX Parent Magazine
website to vote. Readers can vote for their favorite local businesses,
and winners will be announced in March and celebrated at a PDX Parent
Magazine event held at Oaks Amusement Park on June 20, 2020.

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