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Every breastfeeding/pumping and donation journey looks different. Donor mom Julie shares her story. 
From 1904 to 1943, New York’s Coney Island amusement park showcased technological advances from around the world, including infant incubators occupied by live babies. A sign at the entrance read, “…
Through the help of a local woodworking organization, a second memorial tree, honoring little lives lost, was recently installed in the reception room at Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas.
Caio was a recipient of donor milk both in the hospital NICU and then as a medical necessity recipient after he graduated from the NICU and went home. This is his story…  
“Our sweet Elby is turning 18 months old soon, and we just requested a pickup for our LAST milk donation!”
A smile this big can only mean one thing - lots of milk donated to babies in need!
Philip was born at 35 weeks and spent 13 days in the NICU for help regulating his temperature and bilirubin levels. For mom Christine, Philip’s time in the NICU was incredibly challenging emotionally…
“Seeing all the little precious babies [in the NICU] fighting for their lives hits me hard, and if there’s one way I can help I’ll do it by donating my extra breastmilk.”
Boone Edward decided to make his presence on 1/19/2023 at 33 weeks and 3 days gestation. Since he was 7 weeks early, he had to have donor milk until my own milk came in…
Over 150 representatives from 30 nonprofit North American milk banks attended the Symposium on Human Milk Banking in Columbus, Ohio last week.
Why did Sharvonne decided to become a milk donor? To help preemie babies like her son, AJ.
Indie Mae spent nine days in the NICU and relied on donor milk until donor Becca’s supply came in.
“Knowing that I can give a gift to other mothers, and fragile babies really means the world…”
“Knowing that I can help families during their most vulnerable time gives me such a huge feeling of joy and purpose. I donate on behalf of many friends, coworkers and family members who have had…
“I didn’t reach every goal I had for 2022 but the one that I did achieve was donating to the milk bank over 10,000 ounces of milk! Such an amazing feeling to provide help to other babies!”
Amanda shares, “It feels so great to give back and know that the extra milk we donated will go to help little ones and families in need!”
On World Prematurity Day, we are privileged to share donor mom Ashleigh and her daughter Addie’s NICU story.   “Addie was born at 31 weeks because I had preeclampsia. She was 3 lbs 7 oz…
“Donor milk got my baby going through those first few days in the NICU until my milk came in. I love the thought that my milk could be doing the same thing for other babies.”
As we celebrate Black Breastfeeding Week 2022, we are thrilled to share Shantrice’s breastfeeding journey and her Baby Café story. Shantrice - “The greatest thing Baby Café …
On Wednesday, August 3, My Pure Delivery in Plano is hosting the milk bank’s next milk drive. The company’s founder and lactation consultant, Diba Tillery, recently shared how her passion for human…