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When Frances started breastfeeding after her baby received donor milk in the NICU, she ended up with an excess supply of breastmilk and decided to give back. 
We have officially occupied our new home in southwest Fort Worth for one full year.
Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas is carefully monitoring ongoing developments regarding the outbreak of COVID-19 and how it relates to milk banking.
Organization’s mission focuses on ending necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a disease that affects fragile infants.
Carmen is donating breastmilk after tragically losing her baby, Sebastian. 
July 15, 2019 Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas (MMBNT) selected Cuisine for Healing as its newest breastmilk donation site, filling a gap created in central Fort Worth when MMBNT relocated…
The loss of a child is an experience no parent wants to bear. When Tyler welcomed her son Rhett into the world in July of 2017, it was the last thing on her mind. Sadly, it became a reality when…
Our mission, since 2004, has been to provide donor human milk to the most fragile babies in our community. And thanks largely to our amazing donors we are wildly successful in that mission. We…
Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas has a reach far beyond the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. From the Panhandle to East Texas, and even other states such as Arkansas and Georgia, fragile babies receive…
When daughter Annabelle was born, Lauren knew she wanted to donate breastmilk. She was producing more milk than Annabelle needed, which was nothing new for Lauren. She’d overproduced with her first…
Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas receives support from many generous benefactors. One of those constant champions is the Amy E. Shewbart Foundation. MMBNT’s mission is near and dear to the…
Mothers who donate their extra breastmilk to Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas can now drop it off at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, making donation convenient for Arlington moms.
Just like physical health, taking care of your mental health is important for your well-being. That’s why May is known as Mental Health Awareness Month. In 1949, Mental Health America began…
Every day, the 4 million registered nurses in America change lives. They care for people in their times of need, from surgery, to birth, to injury recovery, and so much more. These selfless…
Spring in Fort Worth is always an exciting time, with a variety of events taking place around the city. Many families look forward to Mayfest every year. Located in the heart of Cowtown, this…
Mothers who donate their extra breastmilk to Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas can now drop it off at Eastland WIC, the newest of dozens of collections sites across Texas.
Chicago’s known as the Windy City, and our staff’s experience in the city up north was certainly a whirlwind. In just a day and a half, we collaborated with other milk banks’ staff, took part in…
In the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, we are lucky to have a multitude of excellent hospitals in our area. Included in that group is Medical City Arlington and its brand new Women’s Hospital. Our…
If you’re familiar with Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas, you may hear us talk about “HmmmBANA” from time to time. No, we aren’t trying to hum. It’s actually an everyday acronym for our staff, but…
The lab at Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas is a bustling spot with any number of things happening at once. Throughout a typical day, donor milk goes through several processing steps in order to…