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Your GivingTuesday Donation Can Save Babies’ Lives

In 2021, 35 million people in 240 communities inspired acts of kindness and raised billions in donations in just 24…

By Girl Power News , in News , at December 2, 2022

In 2021, 35 million people in 240 communities inspired acts of kindness and raised billions in donations in just 24 hours of GivingTuesday, changing countless lives. This year, be part of that change. Every act of generosity counts and everyone has something to give.

Giving milk is saving lives. Hands down. Your donation, no matter how small, can help save a baby’s life.

This year, if you are a lactating woman, you can join a movement to donate breast milk to babies in need, with the #MilkBankChallenge. Sponsored by ConceiveAbilities, a surrogacy agency dedicated to helping families, this challenge has already inspired women to donate 350,000 ounces this year, lessening the impact of the infant formula shortage. You can contribute to a 2022 goal of 500,000 ounces, transforming the lives of babies and families.

Lindsay Groff, Executive Director of Human Milk Banking Association of North America answers the question Is the Infant Formula Shortage Over? in ConceiveAbilities latest podcast, sharing that even small donations make a profound impact. “Giving milk is saving lives. Hands down. A premature baby in the NICU only needs one ounce of milk a day. That means if you’re donating a hundred ounces, as so many of those who’ve already stepped up to the #MilkBankChallenge have done, 100 of the most fragile babies can be nourished for an entire day. What an incredible gift.”

There are three ways to join the #MilkBankChallenge:

Learn more about joining the #MilkBankChallenge at ConceiveAbilities.com today!

ConceiveAbilities Surrogacy and Egg Donor Agency is a woman-owned full-service surrogacy agency founded in 1996. Founder Nazca Fontes is a sought-out thought leader as an innovative force in modern family building for twenty-five years. Nazca Fontes and Lindsay Groff are available for media and interview requests.