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Why Donate?

Support the hottest cause helping moms and babies!  

The Best for Babes Foundation is the only consumer-driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit for healthy infant feeding.  We are primarily a volunteer organization.  We rely on the generosity of our followers and supporters.  

When you donate to BFB your dollars go directly toward helping expecting and new moms & babies by supporting our capacity to run groundbreaking educational, awareness-building, marketing and advocacy initiatives that take thousands of mostly volunteer hours a year to bring these to the public!   To learn more about Who We Are, What We Do and how your dollars directly help moms & babies, read Where the Money Goes.  Also, see our Financial Statement for 2012-13.

Donate to Best for Babes and help us fund the fight to Beat the Booby Traps® —from cultural perception to poor provider care!  If everyone who paid us a visit over the course of a year gave $1, the breastfeeding cause would be the most well-endowed (pun intended) of them all and those barriers? They would come crashing down!

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If donating by check, please mail to:

Best for Babes® Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 454
Little Silver, NJ 07739

Here’s how else YOU can make a difference:

  • Volunteer to move the Mother of All Causes forward. Have experience in administration, grantwriting, marketing, event planning, sponsorship for nonprofits, fundraising or writing grants?  Want to become an Ambassador for Change and support our Nursing Harassment Hotline?  In your spare minutes you can make a difference. Check out our job postings and volunteer program here.  

  The Best for Babes(R) Foundation, Inc. is registered in New Jersey as a nonprofit corporation and is a public charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.  

**Best for Babes only accepts contributions from companies who join our C.A.R.E.-Code Alliance and meet our criteria of upholding our CREDO and the World Health Organization’s International Code of Marketing of Breast-Milk Substitutes.