Why Donate

Mother’s breast milk is the best source of nutrition for babies. Leading healthcare regulators like World Health Organisation (WHO) and United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months.

Donor mothers are healthy lactating mothers with healthy babies, who are voluntarily willing to donate their surplus milk for other babies without compromising on the nutritional needs of their own baby. 

Need for Donor Milk

  • Unavailability of mother’s own milk
  • Pasteurised donor milk as the next best option

Benefits of Donor Human Milk

  • Essential for critically ill or premature infants
  • Helps resist infections and decrease the incidence of serious diseases
  • Components supporting the developing immune system like proteins, carbohydrates lipids, vitamins and trace minerals

Unique Properties of Human Milk

  • Antibodies and protective molecules absent in synthetic food supplements
  • Importance of screened donor milk for critically ill babies

Impact of Human Milk Donation

  • Contribution to reducing infant mortality rates
  • Enhancing the health and well-being of the next generation

Benefits of donating Human Milk

Donor Mother

  • Brings in a sense of satisfaction as her milk is not only benefitting her own baby but also other critically ill neonates.
  • Promotes donor mother’s well being as she can avoid conditions like engorgement and mastitis due to abundant supply.

Recipient Mother

  • Relieves the mother that baby is receiving optimal feeding.
  • Reduced stress helps her build her own supply to breastfeed her baby
  • Reduced guilt and pressure of giving formula milk


  • Reduced neonatal infections & other illnesses.
  • Achieve optimal health, growth & development.


  • Increased awareness of breastfeeding and its benefits.
  • Reduced annual health cost.
  • Improved neonatal health leads to a healthier future.
  • Reduced carbon foot print and pollution due to formula manufacturing.

Donate your Excess Breast Milk, Be a Super Mom