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Increasing Access to Electric Breast Pumps for Alabama Parents

The North Alabama Breast Pump Project (NABPP) is a community based breast pump loan project covering multiple cities and counties in North Alabama and surrounding areas. The intent of the NABPP is to encourage and increase breastfeeding for a minimum of the child’s first six months.


By collecting and distributing quality pumps to local lactating parents, our hope is to eliminate the economic, social, physical and cultural challenges often surrounding breastfeeding in general and pumping specifically.


Want to help
Want to Help?  Here's How!

DONATE your breast pump to a family in need.

We can accept any closed-system pump (this excludes most Medela pumps) that is in good working condition. Accessories such as flanges, bottles, pump carrying bags, and milk storage bags are also appreciated!


Donations can be dropped off at the office of Tennessee Valley Lactation Support any time during their normal business hours or mailed to 

Alabama Cohosh Collaborative

3077 Leeman Ferry Road SW 

Suite A3

Huntsville 35801

You can also purchase pump accessories through our Amazon wishlist.

Breast Milk Pump
Nursing Newborn

For more info about this project, please contact the NABPP Project Lead, Jasmine Hammonds, at

Need a Pump?

Are you a lactating or pregnant parent in need of a breast pump? We'd be happy to get you a clean, preowned pump at no cost! We also offer pumping supplies such as milk storage bags and breast pads, when we have them available.

To get started, please fill out the forms below and we will be in touch to get you a pump.

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