There’s a Groupon for breast milk!
Last week, however, Groupon subscribers in Indianapolis received a $10 pitch for pasteurized donor human milk from the Indiana Mothers’ Milk Bank (IMMB). The fine print explained what was going on: philanthropy. People who purchased the deal weren’t getting cutthroat bargains on breast milk for themselves; instead, the money raised would be used by the milk bank to offset the cost of providing human milk to premature and sick babies in need.
Admirable cause, but I think I’ll pass.
Personally, the thought of store bought breast milk grosses me out. I can’t be the only one. Why not just have a 5k with free t-shirts?
I understand the desire to be innovative, but the risk of disgusting your donors is a dangerous game, no?