May news & updates
Breast milk is now available for families. If you or anyone you know is in need of pasteurized donor breast milk, click here to learn more or to place your order!
Although most of our recipients are premature infants in neonatal intensive care units, there are other reasons why an infant may need donor milk:
  • Failing to thrive on formula
  • Mother has insufficient milk supply
  • Adopted, foster, or surrogate babies
  • Illness or health risk from the mother preventing or requiring interruption of breastfeeding
World Human Milk Donation Day
Here are just a handful of our generous donors throughout the years. On May 19th, we celebrate and honor all of the wonderful mothers who take the time to donate their liquid gold. Without them, we would not be able to provide milk to babies who need it most! Click here to hear from our donors and
Hear from our Executive Director, Linda, on News 12 Bronx and News 12 Brooklyn!
May is Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) awareness month and May 17th is World NEC Awareness Day. NEC Is a devastating intestinal disease that affects premature infants during their first weeks and months of life. While donor milk cannot prevent NEC, premature babies who receive donor milk are at
lower risk for developing this disease.
Click here to learn more about NEC and how you can get involved.
This year's theme is Pathfinders: Honoring Lactation Wisdom and Nurturing Innovation. Click here to register for this event.
Donor Milk For Your Adopted Baby

Donor milk is a wonderful alternative for families that cannot, for whatever reason, actively breastfeed.

Click here to read the full blog.
This is the last month to vote for us to win first place for Westchester Toyota's 32nd Gives Back fundraising competition. Click here to vote!