Donated breast milk
is safe for me to drink.

Breast milk is
easy to digest
in my tummy.

Breast milk is
natural and
natures best.

Breast milk gives me
antibodies to
fight infections.

Breast milk makes
me strong enough
to go home to my family.

Our goal is to establish a milk bank in Minnesota

Breast Milk for Babies is proud to be supported by the following individuals and organizations for its work to establish a Minnesota pasteurized donor milk bank affiliated with HMBANA.

North Memorial Health Hospital

Minnesota Perinatal Organization

Twin Cities Medical Society

Pamela Heggie, MD, IBCLC, FAAP, FABM- Pediatrics

Abraham Jacob, MD, MHA- Internal Medicine/Pediatrics

Dana Rae Barr, MD, FAAFP- Family Medicine

Thomas George, MD, FAAP- Neonatology

Nancy Fahim, MD – Neonatology

Lynn Carpentier

Melissa Eager, Medela

Motherlove Herbal Company

Minnesota Breastfeeding Coalition

Minneapolis Healthy Start

What is a Milk Bank?

A milk bank is a facility which collects and processes human donor milk for distribution to infants who need breast milk.

Why Human Donor Milk?

Feeding human donor milk to babies who are sick or premature is essential to their long-term health.