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Donate your breastmilk to help critically ill and premature infants thrive

Are you generally healthy and produce milk in excess of what your baby needs? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of infants with special nutritional needs?

We give mothers the choice of two milk banks, depending on what feels most comfortable for them. Tiny Treasures Milk Bank compensates you $1 per ounce for your time and effort, while Helping Hands Milk Bank contributes $1 per oz to the breast cancer foundation Susan G. Komen®.

How to qualify

  • Complete the following:
    • Pre-screening questionnaire
    • Medical history application
    • Medical confirmation forms
    • Blood test
  • Provide a DNA cheek cell sample
  • Confirm the temperature of your freezer

Tiny Treasures Milk Bank

Receive $1/ounce in compensation for your time and effort

Helping Hands Milk Bank

Donate $1/ounce to Susan G. Komen

Donor experiences

Breastmilk donors have an opportunity to make a lasting impact on the lives of babies and their families. Many of our donors tell us that their experience donating gives them a real sense of purpose. Plus, we work to ensure all the resources and information needed to make the process of donating as straight forward and rewarding as possible.


"This opportunity enables me to make an impact in babies’ lives and in their family’s lives and also for the opportunity to be a stay-at-home mom for two years.”
–Heather
“I am happy knowing that my excess breastmilk can help the tiniest babies.”
–Erin

Donors tell us that donating their excess milk gives them a real sense of purpose. By donating, you can make a lasting impact on the lives of babies and their families.

And our team will work to ensure that you have all the resources and information needed to make the process of donating as straight forward and rewarding as possible.

Our dedicated team of Certified Lactation Educators, will provide you with:

  • Breastfeeding tips and best practices
  • Expressing and pumping support
  • Milk storage and cooler packing instructions
  • Motivation and encouragement

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