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Spring has sprung at Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas, and we’re gearing up for a busy season of events. If you are in the Fort Worth area, we would love to see you! Take a look below at what’s…
Reba Godfrey is dedicated to moms and babies. As a lactation consultant at Methodist Charlton Medical Center in Dallas, she works with mothers every day to help them meet their breastfeeding goals.
Rainey and her husband Eliazar welcomed their twin girls, Lennyx and Rowyn, into the world at 32.3 weeks. Life came full circle for Rainey, a NICU nurse, as her own daughters were admitted into the…
Love is a key component to donating breastmilk. Selfless mothers donate their extra breastmilk out of love - for their own babies as well as for fragile babies in need, babies who they’ll never even…
Things are coming together at the new home of Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas. The lab is up and running, and administrative staff are settling into their offices. We’re excited to share a few of…
Upon entering Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas, the metal table in the breastfeeding consultation room doesn’t look too special. It lines one of the room’s walls and holds some of our lactation…
Camille’s career as a nurse and a certified lactation consultant (CLC) gives her extra appreciation for human milk. When she worked in a hospital NICU in her hometown of Lubbock, Texas, she and her…
Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas is saddened to announce the passing of Beth Weber, a beloved member of our MMBNT family. Beth was a Donor Coordinator who assisted moms through their entire donation…
When we look back on 2018, we remember all the wonderful events and accomplishments that Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas experienced in the last 12 months. Thanks to 908 generous milk donors, MMBNT…
Breastfeeding is different for every mom, including those who work at Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas. Many of our staff have breastfed in the past and each has her own unique story.
When Daria’s son John was born 10 weeks early in 2016, she was dedicated to providing breastmilk to nourish his tiny body. Life revolved around a pumping schedule and trips to the hospital’s NICU and…
Lactation consultants are a significant source of support and education for breastfeeding moms. Our staff work with many lactation consultants, helping them spread the word about milk banking and…
Mothers who donate their extra breastmilk to Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas (MMBNT) can now drop it off at Medical City Lewisville, the newest of many collection sites in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Milk from Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas feeds fragile and premature infants. About 80 percent of milk is dispensed to hospital neonatal intensive care units (NICUs), while about 20 percent goes…
A strong organizational structure is vitally important for nonprofits like Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas. The heart of this framework lies with a dynamic board of directors who have a passion for…
With a home in Fort Worth, Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas is just a short drive away from the depots and hospitals located in the Metroplex. Our courier spends the day picking up milk from these…
At Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas, we are thrilled to welcome several new smiling faces to our staff. In the past few weeks, we’ve added three new members of the milk bank family. Our bigger…
Approximately 15 million babies around the world are born premature every year, and the United States has one of the highest rates of preterm birth of any industrialized country. In the US, 1 in 10…
Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas is thrilled to announce a $50,000 gift to the More Room for More Miracles capital campaign from The Meadows Foundation. This grant will help fund the construction of…
It’s been one year since the public announcement of Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas’ capital campaign, More Room for More Miracles: The Campaign for Healthy Babies. Since then, numerous local…