Milk Stories

Give Breast Milk

Elizabeth Currid-Halkett explains why she chose to donate to a nonprofit milk bank instead of a for-profit milk bank.  “Giving milk, like giving blood, offers an invaluable reward: the satisfaction of doing our duty as healthy humans to help babies who are not.”

27CurridHalkett-master675

Megan – Fork Union, VA

Megan ArrittIn May of 2014 I found myself in labor at 23 weeks due to my cervix being insufficient. After my baby was born, I started pumping diligently because it was one of the first ways I felt like I was really helping my baby. I am blessed with a great supply, so we quickly had to purchase a deep freeze to store milk. Because my baby was born so early, she was only eating a few milliliters a day at the beginning, so I was able to quickly fill up my freezer. (more…)

DONATE MILK. SAVE BABIES.

Do you produce milk in excess of your own baby’s needs? If so, consider donating to Mothers’ Milk Bank. Your extra milk could help babies in NICUs all over the country. Just one ounce of milk can feed a micro preemie for an entire day.

CONTACT US

MAIN:

P: 303.839.6782

F: 303.839.6783

5394 Marshall Street, Suite 400
Arvada, CO 80002

 

MOTHERS' MILK BANK:

P: 303.869.1888

F: 303.839.7336