Mothers’ milk is not limited by race, ethnicity, or economic status. Milk donated to The New York Milk Bank helps families so their vulnerable infants can grow strong and healthy. NYMB is dedicated to reducing health disparities by providing access to donor milk to every baby who needs it in every community. The New York…

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World Breastfeeding Week (8/1-8/7) World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action Action folder Social Media Activities Native Breastfeeding Week (8/9-8/15) Events Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Resource Guide: An Easy Guide to Breastfeeding for American Indian and Alaska Native Families Breastfeeding for Working Women: Breastfeeding in the American Indian Worksite United States Breastfeeding Committee Infant and Young…

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Usually, our meteorologists give us a warning when a storm approaches. It is better to be prepared than to be caught off guard. A little preparation goes a long way towards keeping breast milk safe. Today storms are more intense and frequent with power outages longer. Be prepared by having a probe thermometer, insulating material,…

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Our new 3 door True freezer arrived! This freezer was made possible by the generous donations given in memory of Kim Wetzel, one of our beloved Milk Riders. Kim’s mother Judy Wetzel suggested donations to NYMB and the Sirens Women’s MC of NYC also held a fundraiser in memory of Kim. Kim touched so many…

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Rabbi Shmuel A. Heinemann, Kashrus Administrator from STAR-K Certification and Chaya Millet from Lev Rochel Bikur Cholim of Lakewood, New Jersey came to NYMB to certify our Kosher donor milk! If you are interested in becoming Kosher certified by Star-K Certification, click here!

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COVID-19 The recent outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) has upended our society and temporarily changed the way we go about our daily lives.  COVID-19, which causes an upper respiratory infection, is actually a weak virus that is easily eradicated through proper washing and sanitizing. It is, however, easily transmissible and devastating to immunocompromised individuals: the elderly…

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