How does participation work?
After you’ve registered, one of our staff will contact you to schedule an appointment. She will then come visit you and will explain to you in detail how participation works and will answer any questions you have. She’ll also test your urine for the presence of the hCG hormone and go over the terms and conditions of participation with you. The result of the hCG test and whether you meet all of the participation requirements will determine whether or not you can take part.
Moeders voor Moeders will give you one (or more)
collection beakers and one crate with 4 bottles for storing your urine.
Of course the bottles will have been thoroughly cleaned before you receive
them. The bottles will be picked up at your home by a driver each week. This
takes place very discreetly, with an unmarked van so that no-one need know that
you are helping Moeders voor Moeders. You will not even have to be at home. You
arrange with our staff member where the bottles will be left and she will tell
the driver. You can even have them picked up from a different address if you
Do you live in Utrecht or Amsterdam?
We pick up the crate with the bottles in the evening at your home anywhere in
Utrecht and Amsterdam (except for Amsterdam Zuidoost (post codes 1100–1108)).
The Moeders voor Moeders driver will come by every Tuesday or Wednesday evening
between 6.30 and 9 p.m. to personally exchange the crate. This will of course
also take place very discreetly, so that no-one can find out that you are