Frequent question: Where can I donate breast milk near me?

What disqualifies you from donating breastmilk?

You may be disqualified from donating breast milk if you: Have or are being treated for HIV, HTLV (human T-cell leukemia virus), hepatitis B or C, or syphilis. Have a sexual partner who is at risk for HIV, HTLV, hepatitis B or C, or syphilis. Have used recreational drugs within the last year.

How much do you get paid for donating breast milk?

You can sell your breast milk for anywhere between $2 and $2.50 per ounce, on average, but this number can be even higher in some cases. The average baby drinks about 25 ounces of breast milk every day, and some babies drink even more.

Can I donate unused breast milk?

You can save lives by donating your extra breast milk for use as pasteurized donor human milk. Your breast milk contribution will have a big impact, as a premature infant eats as little as one ounce or less in a single feeding. … Once approved as a screened milk donor, you will then be able to donate milk.

How do I donate breast milk to hospital?

Four easy steps to donate breast milk:

  1. Complete a 15-minute phone screening.
  2. Fill out forms.
  3. Get a blood test (we pay for it).
  4. Make arrangements with us for delivery of your breast milk (at no cost to you).
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How long can you donate breast milk for?

You can donate newly expressed milk or previously collected frozen milk (up to 10 months from the date of expression) as long as it is clearly marked with month, day and year, and time of expression.

How much is breast milk worth on the black market?

On ad classified sites, like Only The Breast, and Breast Feeding Moms Unite, people sell their milk for around two dollars an ounce. That’s a bargain compared to over four dollars that milk banks will charge.

How much do hospitals pay for breast milk?

To cover these costs, the bank charges each hospital a “processing fee”—usually $4 to $5 per ounce.