"It was such a weight off our minds."

When little Flynn arrived much earlier than expected, donated breast milk helped him and his family through those tough first weeks.

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Donate your breast milk

If you live in Sydney, Brisbane or Adelaide, you may be able to help Australia’s smallest and most vulnerable patients.

Why donate breast milk
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Your donation guide

Donating breast milk is really unique, and probably unlike anything you’ve done before. Here's a quick guide for donating breast milk with Lifeblood.

Learn how it works
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Discover what it means to be prescribed donated breast milk for your newborn.

Find info for parents
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We carefully screen donors, test the donated breast milk, process it, test it again, and freeze it before it can go anywhere.
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There's a lot more to milk donation than you may expect — and we're always learning more.

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It was such a rewarding experience knowing that my daughter and I were able to help other mothers and their vulnerable babies.

Jess, breast milk donor

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