Hey ladies, got a question. I have been looking into donating breast milk in the future and don't really know where to start. I've called around and am waiting on some calls back, but I'm trying to find a good organization that donates--DONATES--to preemie moms or adoptive moms or people who need it. All I can seem to find are for-profit companies that charge hospitals/people for breast milk. Does anyone have experience with this at all? Any insight?
Re: Milk Banks & Donation
"When we talk about human milk banks in North America, we’re generally referring to the non-profit HMBANA (Human Milk Banking Association of North America) milk banks. The milk from these banks is often the safest source of lifesaving donor milk for seriously ill babies– and the only source of donor milk that many hospitals are willing to use." via https://kellymom.com/nutrition/milk/milk-bank-faq/
I am in the process, but keep forgetting to submit the paperwork to my doc. In Indiana, we can drop milk donations off at our local Indiana Blood Banks. They work in partnership with the milk bank.