June news & updates

Happy Pride Month!


The New York Milk Bank supports and serves LGBTQIA parents who are not able to provide breast milk for their babies. Although most of our recipients are premature infants in neonatal intensive care units, there are other reasons why an infant may need donor milk:

  • Adopted, foster, or surrogate babies
  • Insufficient milk supply
  • Failing to thrive on formula
  • Health risk of parent that prevents or interrupts breastfeeding

If you or anyone you know is in need of pasteurized donor breast milk, click here to learn more or to place your order!

Financial Support Saves Lives

Since 2016, we dispensed 1 million ounces of milk to babies in need. This would not be possible without our generous donors and contributors over the years. Help us reach our next million ounces with financial support today! With financial support, we are able to save lives and provide breast milk to babies in need.

Click here to donate today!

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Curious about the milk donation process? Check out Lucie Fink's experience donating her milk.

Mutual Aid Takes New Form as Baby Formula Shortage Continues

“Demand for breast milk is rising with formula in short supply, but the New York Milk Bank has also seen an increase in offers to donate.“

Hear from one of our donors and our executive director, Linda, in this

New York Times article.

For more information about the role of milk banks during the formula shortage, click here.

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