The takeaway

Carrot provides a complete, global fertility benefit to Okta families. Carrot provides equal access to fertility care regardless of gender, sexual orientation, fertility diagnosis, or geographic location.

Through Carrot, you’ll have Okta-provided funds to help pay for fertility treatments or other family-forming services (for example, adoption). You’ll be assigned a dedicated care team of benefits experts and fertility clinicians to support you with high-touch care and guidance throughout the family planning process.  

Learn more and see frequently asked questions about Carrot’s resources through the Carrot benefit guide.

How Carrot works

The Carrot program covers fertility education and assessments, fertility preservation (egg, sperm, and embryo freezing), in-vitro fertilization (IVF), donor-assisted reproduction (including surrogacy), and adoption. 

You and your spouse or domestic partner are eligible to participate in the program (provided you’re a full-time, benefits-eligible employee scheduled to work 30+ per week).

Explore all the resources Carrot has to offer. Sign up at or use the Carrot app on your Okta dashboard.

Using Carrot services

You can schedule a personal consultation with the Carrot care team – to learn more about your options and connect with a top provider in your area.

You have access to Carrot’s global provider directory – including 2,700 clinics and 1,250 attorneys and agencies in more than 42 countries. 
Carrot also gives you discounts and expedited appointments at top fertility clinics.

Your care team can also answer medical, legal, benefits coverage, and regulatory questions.

To get started, go to the Carrot website, or use the Carrot app on your Okta dashboard.

Okta-provided funds to support your needs

Okta provides you with money for reimbursing your eligible expenses related to fertility treatment and adoption.

The company may reimburse you for 100% of your eligible expenses, up to $5,000 per lifetime. Expenses for you and/or your spouse or domestic partner are combined.

Eligible expenses include, but are not limited to:

  • Basic fertility check-ups
  • Egg, sperm, and embryo freezing and storage fees
  • Intrauterine insemination or in-vitro fertilization
  • Genetic testing of embryos
  • Vasectomy reversals
  • Gestational carrier-related expenses
  • Adoption-related fees

Review the Carrot benefits guide for more details and frequently asked questions about eligible fertility treatment and adoption expenses.

Carrot benefit plan documents