There is no minimum amount of milk required to become a donor. We gratefully accept any amount of breastmilk. A woman who commits to maintaining her health and pumping her milk is dedicating a precious and priceless gift.
We request each donating mother to fill out a Donor History Form and complete a blood test to ensure safety of milk to the receiving infant.
As part of the donation screening process, we ask that each donor have blood drawn for HTLV 1&2, HIV 1&2, Hep B, Hep C and syphilis (RPR). Labs can be obtained through your physician/midwife or through Southeast Milk Share.
Once the Donor History Form is submitted, Southeast Milk share will respond with the screening process and next steps.