We’re saving babies’ lives one drop of donor human milk at a time:
Provided over 7,220 gallonsof milk to 155 hospitals and 145 in-home babies in TX and 21 other states
Received over 1.4 million ounces of milk from 1,898 unique milk donors
Donated $250,000 in charitable care to medically fragile babies whose insurance didn’t cover our costs
Taughtmore than 100 students and providers: nurses, doctors, and dieticians
Built a Memorial Garden to honor the 700 milk donors since 1999 whose babies died too soon
Initiated a community program to address health disparities in black families related to breastfeeding
Built a new web platform that is contemporary, courageous, and accessible
MMBA’s stats for 2020
Want to help us save babies? We need about 2,000 breastfeeding women to become milk donors in 2021 to meet the anticipated demand for human donor milk. Please share our 2020 At A Glance flyer with your community and help us spread the word about our mission.
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