Texas Milk Bank Resources


600 W. Magnolia Ave. Ft. Worth, TX 76104

817-810-0071 (p)

866-810-0071 (toll-free)

817-810-0087 (f)

Monday- Friday 9 AM- 4:30 PM

Social Media

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Facebook: @mothersmilkbank | Instagram: @texasmilkbank | Twitter: @texasmilkbank

Read the latest stories on our blog at texasbreastfeeding.org

If you are interested in becoming a donor, please email moms@texasmilkbank.org

If you are a hospital needing to request donor milk, please email orders@texasmilkbank.org

Holiday Calendar

Click here to see the 2018 holiday and event calendar, which lists all office closures.

Donate Money

MMBNT is a non-profit community agency that relies on financial donations to fund rent, equipment, milk processing, supplies and charity services. No baby with a medical necessity for donor human milk is denied service regardless of ability to pay processing fees. If you wish to make a monetary donation, please click here.

Educational Materials

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If you would like to have MMBNT’s free educational materials sent to you, please click the link below and fill out the appropriate information.
Click here to fill out the Education Materials Request Form

Upcoming Events


Christmas in Cowtown Mothers' Room MMBNT will sponsor the mothers' room at the Junior League of Fort Worth's Christmas in Cowtown holiday gift market. The event runs Thursday, October 11 through Sunday, October 14 at Will Rogers Memorial Center. For more information, click here.

NICU Helping Hands Trunk or Treat MMBNT's milk van is a participating vehicle in this annual event organized for NICU families by NICU Helping Hands. The event is Saturday, October 27.


Lab: Our volunteers are trained to be hands-on with our donated milk. From homogenizing and pouring raw milk to labeling and counting bottles, you can take part in the milk’s journey from beginning to end. Lab volunteers must have a science background and/or be willing to become a regular volunteer.
Hours available: Monday-Thursday 8 AM- 3 PM; Friday 8 AM-Noon

Office: These tasks assist staff with organization and donor management and include making informational packets, organizing files, etc. Based on availability and need, some projects may be able to be completed at home.
Hours available: Monday- Thursday 9 AM- 4 PM; Friday 9 AM- 2 PM; also available to be taken home by request

Milk Inventory: Volunteers will work alongside our Program Assistant to log in donated milk as well as pack shipments to be sent out to hospitals. Hours available: Monday- Thursday 9 AM- 4 PM; Friday 9 AM- 2 PM

Referrals: Anybody can refer potential donors to the milk bank. The most common way we receive new donors is by word of mouth. You can take packets to your physician or pediatrician to pass out in their new mom bags, or you can share our mission with the nursing mother you pass in the grocery store. We always like to be talked about!

Please contact Mary Ashley Ray at maryashley@texasmilkbank.org if you are interested in volunteering.

Press Room

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"The Truth Behind Donated Breastmilk," a WFAA Original. Click here for this story by WFAA Channel 8's Cynthia Izaguirre. Air date: November 21, 2017

"Donar leche materna, un acto de bondad que salva vidas." Click here for this story by Telemundo 39's Carlos Zapata. Air date: February 1, 2018

"Mothers' Milk Bank Helps Tiny North Texans." Click here for this story by FOX 4's Jenny Anchondo. Air date: March 9, 2018

"Hometown Hero: Mothers' Milk Bank of North Texas," a Hometown Heroes segment. Click here for this story by FOX 4's Clarice Tinsley. Air date: October 1, 2018

For our fact sheet, news release archive, and media request contact information, click here.


Mothers' Milk Bank of North Texas - An Overview

To view all of our videos, click here.