Centered Lexington Joins The Milk Bank as Kentucky's Fifth Milk Depot

For Immediate Release

Centered Lexington and The Milk Bank partner to open new Milk Depot

Lexington, KY—Centered Lexington is partnering with The Milk Bank to open the fifth active milk depot in Kentucky. This milk collection site provides a convenient drop off for women to donate their extra breast milk for processing at The Milk Bank. The milk delivers to fragile infants in hospital neonatal intensive care units. The two organizations will celebrate with a grand opening on Saturday, November 11, 2017, 11:00 a.m. (EST). The public is invited.

Centered is located at 309 North Ashland Ave., Suite 180, Lexington, KY. 

A milk depot is an accessible place for women to drop off their milk before it is shipped to The Milk Bank for pasteurization and distribution.  Milk depots make the formal donating process more convenient.

“The milk bank hopes to continue forging partnerships with organizations throughout the Midwest to make the process of human milk donation easier for donor moms and families, while also helping to support breastfeeding in local communities,” stated Janice O’Rourke, Executive Director of The Milk Bank.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, human milk is the standard food for all infants including premature and sick infants. Human milk provides optimal nutrition and unique health benefits that last beyond infancy.

Mothers who are interested in donating milk can call to set up a phone consultation with The Milk Bank’s donor mother coordinator.  Individuals then follow up with a written questionnaire and a blood draw at a local lab, all at The Milk Bank’s expense. 

The Milk Bank is a community-supported, not-for-profit organization that launched in 2005. The Milk Bank believes that human milk is best for all babies, and through the generosity of mothers, careful screening, and processing, provides human milk to fragile premature babies in neonatal/newborn intensive care units. The Milk Bank is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. For more information regarding The Milk Bank’s mission, core programs and donation opportunities, visit themilkbank.org or call (317) 536-1670.

 

Community Wellness Partners 31st Milk Depot in Indiana

For Immediate Release

Community Wellness Partners and The Milk Bank partner to open new Milk Depot

South Bend, IN—Community Wellness Partners is partnering with The Milk Bank to open the 31st active milk depot in Indiana. This milk collection site provides a convenient drop off for women to donate their extra breast milk for processing at The Milk Bank. The milk delivers to fragile infants in hospital neonatal intensive care units. The two organizations will celebrate with a grand opening on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, Noon. (EST). The public is invited.

Community Wellness Partners is located at 2806 Lincoln Way West, South Bend, IN.

A milk depot is an accessible place for women to drop off their milk before it is shipped to The Milk Bank for pasteurization and distribution.  Milk depots make the formal donating process more convenient.

“The milk bank hopes to continue forging partnerships with organizations throughout the Midwest to make the process of human milk donation easier for donor moms and families, while also helping to support breastfeeding in local communities,” stated Janice O’Rourke, Executive Director of The Milk Bank.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, human milk is the standard food for all infants including premature and sick infants. Human milk provides optimal nutrition and unique health benefits that last beyond infancy.

Mothers who are interested in donating milk can call to set up a phone consultation with The Milk Bank’s donor mother coordinator.  Individuals then follow up with a written questionnaire and a blood draw at a local lab, all at The Milk Bank’s expense. 

The Milk Bank is a community-supported, not-for-profit organization that launched in 2005. The Milk Bank believes that human milk is best for all babies, and through the generosity of mothers, careful screening, and processing, provides human milk to fragile premature babies in neonatal/newborn intensive care units. The Milk Bank is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. For more information regarding The Milk Bank’s mission, core programs and donation opportunities, visit themilkbank.org or call (317) 536-1670.

Indiana WIC to Open Milk Depot November 14, 2017

Marion County Public Health Department and The Milk Bank partner to open new Milk Depot

Indianapolis, IN—Marion County Public Health Department is partnering with The Milk Bank to open the 32nd active milk depot in Indiana. This milk collection site provides a convenient drop off for women to donate their extra breast milk for processing at The Milk Bank. The milk delivers to fragile infants in hospital neonatal intensive care units. The two organizations will celebrate with a grand opening on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, 1:00 p.m. The public is invited.

Marion County Public Health Department is located at 3840 N. Sherman, Indianapolis.

A milk depot is an accessible place for women to drop off their milk before it is shipped to The Milk Bank for pasteurization and distribution.  Milk depots make the formal donating process more convenient.

“The milk bank hopes to continue forging partnerships with organizations throughout the Midwest to make the process of human milk donation easier for donor moms and families, while also helping to support breastfeeding in local communities,” stated Janice O’Rourke, Executive Director of The Milk Bank.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, human milk is the standard food for all infants including premature and sick infants. Human milk provides optimal nutrition and unique health benefits that last beyond infancy.

Mothers who are interested in donating milk can call to set up a phone consultation with The Milk Bank’s donor mother coordinator.  Individuals then follow up with a written questionnaire and a blood draw at a local lab, all at The Milk Bank’s expense. 

The Milk Bank is a community-supported, not-for-profit organization that launched in 2005. The Milk Bank believes that human milk is best for all babies, and through the generosity of mothers, careful screening, and processing, provides human milk to fragile premature babies in neonatal/newborn intensive care units. The Milk Bank is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. For more information regarding The Milk Bank’s mission, core programs and donation opportunities, visit themilkbank.org or call (317) 536-1670.

 

Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County’s Division of Public Health is known as the Marion County Public Health Department (MCPHD).  MCPHD has served the residents and visitors of Marion County, Indiana for nearly 100 years.  The area that MCPHD covers includes Indianapolis, Beech Grove, Lawrence, Speedway, and Southport.  The mission of the department is to promote physical, mental, and environmental health, prevent and protect against disease, injury, and disability. The health department operates two service bureaus: the Bureau of environmental Health (BEH), the Bureau of Population Health (BPH) and Public Health Administration.

Media Day

Media Day

 

Announcing New Equipment, Services and Offerings in Anticipation of World Breastfeeding Week, August 1-7, 2017

 

Who:       The Milk Bank, 6050 E. 62nd St., Suite 128, Indianapolis, IN46220

What:      The Milk Bank Media Tour providing insight into:

  • New Equipment:
    • Milk Filler
    • Capper
    • Sealer
    • Mixer
    • Nutritional Analyzer
  • Services:
    • Lactation Services
    • Bereavement Training

Where:    The Milk Bank, 6050 E. 62nd St., Suite 128, Indianapolis, IN46220.

When:     Tuesday, July 18, 2017, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Why:       The purpose of this media tour is to gather reporters to sit down and briefly talk with key staff members about The Milk Bank, it’s purpose, mission, value and vision; as well as the trends in this field.  There will be a demonstration outlining what we do at The Milk Bank, and how the new equipment and services have increased our productivity and effectiveness.

  • Staff available for interviews:
    • Janice O'Rourke, Executive Director
    • Sarah Long, IBCLC, Director of Clinical Operations
    • Jami Marvin, Production Director
    • Lauren Duncan, CLS, Donor Mother Coordinator, who will address bereavement from a personal and professional viewpoint

The Milk Bank is a community-supported, not-for-profit organization that launched in 2005. The Milk Bank believes that human milk is best for all babies, and through the generosity of mothers, careful screening, and processing, provides human milk to fragile premature babies in neonatal/newborn intensive care units. The Milk Bank is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. For more information regarding The Milk Bank’s mission, core programs and donation opportunities, visit themilkbank.org or call (317) 536-1670.

Naturally You and The Milk Bank Partner to Open New Milk Depot

Naturally You and The Milk Bank Partner to Open New Milk Depot

Pikeville, KY—Naturally You is partnering with The Milk Bank to open the fourth active milk depot in Kentucky. This milk collection site provides a convenient drop off for women to donate their extra breast milk for processing at The Milk Bank. The milk delivers to fragile infants in hospital neonatal intensive care units. The two organizations will celebrate with a grand opening on Tuesday, July 20, 2017, 10:00 a.m.(EST). The public is invited.

Naturally You, is located at 1472 S Mayo Trail, Pikeville, KY 41501. This is a family owned business located in East Kentucky.

A milk depot is an accessible place for women to drop off their milk before it is shipped to The Milk Bank for pasteurization and distribution.  Milk depots make the formal donating process more convenient.

“The milk bank hopes to continue forging partnerships with organizations throughout the Midwest to make the process of human milk donation easier for donor moms and families, while also helping to support breastfeeding in local communities,” stated Janice O’Rourke, Executive Director of The Milk Bank.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, human milk is the standard food for all infants including premature and sick infants. Human milk provides optimal nutrition and unique health benefits that last beyond infancy.

Mothers who are interested in donating milk can call to set up a phone consultation with The Milk Bank’s donor mother coordinator.  Individuals then follow up with a written questionnaire and a blood draw at a local lab, all at The Milk Bank’s expense. 

The Milk Bank is a community-supported, not-for-profit organization that launched in 2005. The Milk Bank believes that human milk is best for all babies, and through the generosity of mothers, careful screening, and processing, provides human milk to fragile premature babies in neonatal/newborn intensive care units. The Milk Bank is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. For more information regarding The Milk Bank’s mission, core programs and donation opportunities, visit themilkbank.org or call (317) 536-1670.

Crawford County Health Department in Robinson, IL and The Milk Bank partner to open new Milk Depot

Crawford County Health Department in Robinson, IL and The Milk Bank partner to open new Milk Depot

Local health department will now accept human milk donations for The Milk Bank, Indianapolis, IN.

Robinson, IL—The Crawford County Health Department in Robinson is partnering with The Milk Bank to open a new milk depot in Illinois. This milk collection site provides a convenient drop off for women to donate their extra breast milk for processing at The Milk Bank. The milk delivers to fragile infants in hospital neonatal intensive care units. The two organizations will celebrate with a grand opening on Tuesday, July 11, 9:00 a.m.(CST), The public is invited.

The Crawford County Health Department is located at 202 Bline Blvd, Robinson, IL.

The Crawford County milk depot joins five other milk depots in Illinois.  A milk depot is an accessible place for women to drop off their milk before it is shipped to The Milk Bank for pasteurization and distribution.  Milk depots make the formal donating process more convenient.

“The milk bank hopes to continue forging partnerships with organizations throughout the Midwest to make the process of human milk donation easier for donor moms and families, while also helping to support breastfeeding in local communities,” stated Janice O’Rourke, Executive Director of The Milk Bank.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, human milk is the standard food for all infants including premature and sick infants. Human milk provides optimal nutrition and unique health benefits that last beyond infancy.

Mothers who are interested in donating milk can call to set up a phone consultation with The Milk Bank’s donor mother coordinator.  Individuals then follow up with a written questionnaire and a blood draw at a local lab, all at The Milk Bank’s expense. 

The Milk Bank is a community-supported, not-for-profit organization that launched in 2005. The Milk Bank believes that human milk is best for all babies, and through the generosity of mothers, careful screening, and processing, provides human milk to fragile premature babies in neonatal/newborn intensive care units. The Milk Bank is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. For more information regarding The Milk Bank’s mission, core programs and donation opportunities, visit themilkbank.org or call (317) 536-1670.

Sacred Roots Birth Center and The Milk Bank Partner to Open New Milk Depot

Sacred Roots Birth Center and The Milk Bank Partner to Open New Milk Depot

Indianapolis, IN—Sacred Roots Midwifery and Birth Center is partnering with The Milk Bank to open the 31st milk depot in Indiana. This milk collection site provides a convenient drop off for women to donate their extra breast milk for processing at The Milk Bank. The milk delivers to fragile infants in hospital neonatal intensive care units. The two organizations will celebrate with a grand opening on Wednesday, June 7, 11:00 p.m.(EST). The public is invited.

Sacred Roots, 6620 Parkdale Place Suite K, provides woman and family-centered care in central Indiana.

A milk depot is an accessible place for women to drop off their milk before it is shipped to The Milk Bank for pasteurization and distribution.  Milk depots make the formal donating process more convenient.

“The milk bank hopes to continue forging partnerships with organizations throughout the Midwest to make the process of human milk donation easier for donor moms and families, while also helping to support breastfeeding in local communities,” stated Janice O’Rourke, Executive Director of The Milk Bank.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, human milk is the standard food for all infants including premature and sick infants. Human milk provides optimal nutrition and unique health benefits that last beyond infancy.

Mothers who are interested in donating milk can call to set up a phone consultation with The Milk Bank’s donor mother coordinator.  Individuals then follow up with a written questionnaire and a blood draw at a local lab, all at The Milk Bank’s expense. 

The Milk Bank is a community-supported, not-for-profit organization that launched in 2005. The Milk Bank believes that human milk is best for all babies, and through the generosity of mothers, careful screening, and processing, provides human milk to fragile premature babies in neonatal/newborn intensive care units. The Milk Bank is a proud member of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America. For more information regarding The Milk Bank’s mission, core programs and donation opportunities, visit themilkbank.org or call (317) 536-1670.