Charitable Care for Outpatient Babies
For sick babies at home who have families without resources to pay processing fees, our charitable care program, The Milk Money Fund, ensures that babies are never denied life-saving milk. Most of these families don’t have insurance, have reached their policy’s lifetime maximum or have other situations preventing insurance reimbursement.
Examples of outpatient babies we have served include infants with HIV complications, feeding tubes, heart defects, severe bowel malformations and those awaiting organ transplants. Babies are prioritized based on their medical condition, not their family’s ability to pay milk processing fees. On average, we provide approximately $450,000 of charitable care annually.
One mother's personal testimony how donor milk and the Charitable Care Fund directly helped her son.