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The Milk Bank was established to improve health outcomes for premature and ill infants, foster better health for children and decrease health care expenditures. The Milk Bank receives human milk from carefully screened donors, pasteurizes, freezes and distributes it throughout the United States. As a non-profit, community-supported entity, The Milk Bank is the first and only donor human milk bank in Indiana. The Milk Bank is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America.

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Q Who donates their extra breast milk?

Each year nearly 800 women answer the call to save a life! Join their ranks if you're someone who is currently or recently finished lactating and have surplus milk.

Q How do I become a milk donor?

The process of becoming a milk donor is easy!

Contact us to complete a quick phone screen
Complete a health questionnaire
Have your health provider sign consent forms
Have a blood test at our expense

If you're interested in starting the process visit themilkbank.org/donate-milk or call us at 317-536-1670.

Q I can't donate milk. How can I help?

Milk donors are a very special sector of the population. Not everyone has that superpower! If you care about infant health and equitable access to human milk, you can support the milk bank by making a financial donation, volunteering, following us on social media and sharing our message.

If you are a healthcare provider, you can help bring donor milk to your clinic or hospital!

Q Where does donated milk go?

After milk is received from approved donors, it is analyzed, pooled with the milk of other donors, bottled, pasteurized and frozen. Before milk is sent to hospitals, NICUs and outpatients, it is tested to ensure safety. The Milk Bank dispensed milk to 9 states in 2020, with efforts concentrating in Indiana, Kentucky, Tennesee and Missouri.

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