Provides pasteurized breast milk to babies in need. Relies entirely on donated milk to supply weak, premature, or otherwise medically vulnerable infants. For this reason, healthy babies can obtain donor milk only when the needs of medically needy babies have been met.

All milk donors are screened for health concerns and communicable diseases. The agency pasteurizes and tests donated breast milk, before distributed as safe donor milk, by prescription, to infants when their own mother's milk is not available.
15875 SW 74th Avenue
Tigard, OR 97224
Eligibility: Visit website for eligibility and program information
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-4:30pm, Friday 9am-3pm

Drop off location hours vary. See website for more information.
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (503) 469-0955 Main phone
  • (800) 204-4444 Toll-free
  • (503) 469-0955 Main phone
  • (800) 204-4444 Toll-free
Email Address:
COVID-19 INFORMATION: Masks are required throughout the facility. Staff wears appropriate PPE based on tasks assigned.
INTAKE PROCEDURE: To order donor breast milk: Parents or caregivers must get a prescription from the child's healthcare provider for donor breast milk, fill out the Milk Order Form available online, fax the prescription and order form, and call the milk bank to check availability.

To donate breast milk: Call to complete a 10-minute health screening over the phone. To learn about the basic qualifications for donation and what conditions prevent a mother from donating milk, visit website and click on "Donate Milk".

Milk drop location information is available online.
FEES: Donor milk: $4.50/ounce. Offers a charitable care fund to help outpatient families with cost if their baby has a medical need for milk and the family has a financial need.
DOCUMENTS: A prescription for donor breast milk, if applicable
AREA SERVED: States of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
SITE HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8am-4:30pm, Friday 9am-3pm
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