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We are always looking for new donors to help us meet the growing demand for donor milk. Without our donors we would be unable to continuously supply milk to the fragile infants who need it. If you have more milk than your baby needs, please consider donating to the milk bank. Your milk can provide lifesaving treatment for the infants we serve.
Donation after a LossFor mothers who have experienced a loss, your gift is an especially meaningful tribute. Milk donation can be an invaluable part of the physical and emotional healing process. If you are interested in donating after a loss, please contact us for more information, support and guidance.
Guidelines for Donating Milk WakeMed Mothers’ Milk Bank follows stringent guidelines set forth by the Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA) to ensure the highest level of purity and safety for the fragile infants we serve.
Most moms in good health can donate milk. There are, however, some restrictions that would preclude you from donation. You are not eligible to donate if:
If you would like to donate… We’d love to talk with you. Here’s what’s involved in our screening process:
Are you ready to talk to us about donating? Please call us at (919) 350-8599.
WakeMed Mothers' Milk Bank1900 Kildaire Farm RoadCary, NC 27518Map & Directions919-350-8599Fax: 919-350-8923
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