Breast Pump Promo Details
Your extra breast milk helps very low birth weight premature babies, and in return, Prolacta can help you by reimbursing up to $300 for your breast pump!
Due to the great response we received last year from our milk donors, Prolacta was able to supply needed nutritional products to even more very low birth weight, premature babies. We are pleased to announce that Prolacta has decided to extend their breast pump reimbursement program through June 30th, 2013! Your breast milk donation has always helped very low birth weight babies receive the nutrition they need, but now it can also help you recover the cost of your breast pump.
We truly appreciate the commitment our mothers make in donation their extra breast milk. Prolacta’s policy has been to cover the costs associated with milk donation, including testing, breast milk storage bags, and shipping. They have also supplied a breast pump in the past, however, they found out that many of our moms already had a breast pump. That is why Prolacta is offering the opportunity for our generous moms to get reimbursed for the cost of their breast pump ( a value up to $300)
Term and conditions apply:
Donors must complete the application no later than June 30, 2013 and ship a minimum of 300 ounces within their initial qualification period (123 days from date of blood sample collection.) Multiple shipments are acceptable. If you are a previous donor that needs to requalify because your qualification period ended, you must complete the requalification application no later than June 30th, 2013 and ship a minimum of 300 ounces within the subsequent qualification period.
A milk receipt report is generated a the end of each month. You will receive your check 4-6 weeks after that report is received.
Milk volume will be as determined by Prolacta, in its sole discretion. Prolacta will weigh the milk using a calibrated scale, at the time and in the condition that it is received at Prolacta's facility, and calculate the volume based on measured weight, excluding any packaging materials, using Prolacta's standard operating procedures.
Qualified milk is donated milk which has met all the qualification guidelines. This includes two main phrase; qualification of the donor and qualification of the milk she donates. Qualification of the donor includes medical history screening, freezer qualification, DNA profile creation, and viral blood screening. After the donor qualification is completed, she may send her milk to the milk bank. Once the milk is received at Prolacta Bioscience it must undergo and pass several rigorous testing procedures, including but not limited to, bacterial screening, drug screening, and DNA matching. Upon successful completion of these screening procedures the milk is considered qualified for use in making 100% human milk fortefiers and standard standardized human milk for use in the NICU. Additionally, the temperature of the freeze in which the milk is stored will determine the acceptable dating of the milk, which can be between 6 and 10 months from collection.
Each donor can be eligible for only one reimbursement for donation made to any Prolacta-affiliated milk bank.