1. Why should I donate?
  2. Is Prolacta a for-profit company?
  3. Does Prolacta sell products to the hospital?
  4. How do I know if I am a candidate to donate milk?
  5. Will I have enough milk for my baby if I donate?
  6. Can I donate milk that I pumped, collected, and froze prior to being qualified as a donor?
  7. What equipment will I need as a breast milk donor?
  8. When can I start expressing milk for the milk bank?
  9. How should I prepare to express my milk?
  10. How do I clean pump parts while pumping for donation?
  11. How often should I express?
  12. Are all donor testing requirements the same for all donor milk programs?
  13. Why do you need to do DNA testing?
  14. What is qualified milk?
  15. How should I store the milk prior to shipping?
  16. How do I send my breast milk donation?
  17. Does Prolacta and the donor milk program have a confidentiality policy?
  18. Will only babies receive my donated milk?
  19. Will I be paid for my donations?
  20. Are the payments I receive from Prolacta subject to tax?
  21. Where does my breast milk go once I donate?
  22. What if I only want to make a one-time donation? I’ve been pumping extra milk for months and I have too much breast milk.
  23. After lactation begins, how long can a nursing mother donate breast milk?
  24. What if I have taken medications?
  25. What if I am ill?
  26. Can I drink alcohol while donating?
  27. What do I do if I go out of town?
  28. Does Prolacta participate in milk sharing?
  29. How do you determine the donor qualification and milk storage requirements?
  30. Why does Tiny Treasures occasionally put a hold on new applications?
  31. How can your hospital milk bank and other charitable partners continue to accept new donor applications even when Tiny Treasures has a hold on new applications?