Yes, as the donation of eggs does not have any type of effect on the fertility of the donors. In fact, a healthy woman has, from birth around 400,000 oocytes (immature eggs) in her ovaries. Of these, only about 400 will mature and therefore have the possibility of becoming fertilized. The rest are eliminated naturally together with the menstruation, so egg donation is, therefore, just a way of using some of those eggs that the woman would otherwise never use.
Once the oocytes have been extracted, the donor will start ovulating again normally and can have children if she so wishes. There are numerous donors who have participated in the Eudona program and have gone on to become mothers themselves. Many have donated eggs again after giving birth.