Real heroes are all around us and uncelebrated.


When my daughter was born, I felt extremely helpless as a single father with providing breastmilk for my daughter – another thing that I cannot produce on my own. I was touched by the overwhelming generosity from over 50 milk donors across Canada who doesn’t even know me yet they wanted to help!

This village of selfless women became a lifeline for my daughter. I started receiving breastmilk donations when Nanette was 20 weeks old in-utero. This has been a huge accomplishment as I was able to feed Nanette breastmilk exclusively for two full years.  W.H.O. recommends babies to have breastmilk for at least 6 months. 

I’m so grateful and incredibly humbled for all the women who donated to me and daughter. Donated breastmilk is a gift that gives hope, health, and life – not just for the single dad by choice as myself but also for women who are unable to supply sufficient breastmilk for a range of reasons. No gift will be able to convey my gratitude!

If you are in a position to donate breastmilk, I encourage all the mom heroes to provide to a parent in need. In my appreciation for the tremendous help I received, I will be donating packages of breastmilk storage bags to the first 50 donors to sign up. Thank you for your kindness and generosity!

Is your freezer full of extra breastmilk and you don’t want to throw it away?
Are you pumping more milk than your own baby needs?
Did your baby received donor milk and have inspired you to give back?

Whatever brought you here, thank you for considering milk donation. 

Nathan Chan

If you would like to start the process of your
donation and receive your free breastmilk storage
bags, please contact us.

Interested but cannot donate breastmilk right now?

We’d love to hear from you!

DISCLAIMER: The practice of sharing or donating human breastmilk has been a common one across time and cultures for about as long as there have been little mouths to feed. However, the handling, storage, and sharing of human breast milk inherent different types of risks. We do not take any responsibility and we are not liable for the risks involved with informal donation and receiving of breastmilk.