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You can be a donor if you are breastfeeding your baby and have excess milk after feeding your child. Wait until your infant is at least one month old before starting milk donation.
Once we receive your application, we will review it and get in touch within 3-4 business days.
Once the milk is collected from you, it is transported through cold chain logistics to our processing facility.
The collected milk is stored in a deep freezer room of -20 degrees until processing. After pasteurization, the milk goes through another level of QA testing and is stored in the deep freezer.
Informal milk sharing poses risks to the baby and might do more harm than good. Knowing that a donor’s health and lifestyle are safe for milk sharing is challenging.
- Viruses such as HIV, Hepatitis B and C, CMV, and the human T-cell lymphotropic virus could be passed to the baby (the donor mother may not know that she has these infections).
- Smoking, alcohol, some medications (both prescription and over-the-counter), herbal supplements, and street drugs can all pass into human milk.
- SaveBabies follows guidelines for Handling, storing, processing, pooling, and microbiological screening of donor milk.