Military moms in Utah for training donate over 800 ounces of milk
These military moms found a way to serve and help with the formula shortage.
In town from North Carolina and Alabama for training, the mothers delivered about 800 ounces of milk for Utah families struggling to find formula and the shortages.
They donated it to the Mountain West Mother’s Milk Bank.
The new mothers have 6 and 10 month old babies, and are in Utah for three weeks while they participate in army training in Dugway.
Mountain West Mother’s Milk Bank says their organization is accredited by the human milk banking association of North America. That means once these donors return home they do not have to go through the screening and application process again if they wish to keep donating.
Anyone who is interested in donating can contact the milk bank at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-415-9393.
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