Medela Singapore celebrates World Breastfeeding Week 2020 and World Cerebral Palsy Day 2020 with a fund raising drive for Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) as its chosen beneficiary.

Medela’s primary focus is breastfeeding – by helping moms to successfully breastfeed their babies and to do so for as long as they choose. Meeting this goal responsibly is at the heart of everything we do.

Every baby deserves the best start in life. Human Milk is not only key to a good start in life; it also provides an abundance of lifelong benefits. Breastfeeding is a critical need for the health of the population and one of the most effective preventive health measures for children and mothers regardless of where they live.

Medela has brought pumping technology to the forefront. However, we are about a lot more than breast pumps and provide a complete support system including the supplemental nursing system; the special needs feeder as well as our enteral feeding system that helps vulnerable and sick infants receive human milk.

Medela Singapore pledges our support for the Spare Your Change For Suzy campaign and we appeal to you to support too! To show our support, Medela offers all donors to our campaign an exclusive pay-it-forward price on the Freestyle breast pump. More information on redemption details will be provided in the donation acknowledgement email from CPAS within one week after your donation.

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"Breast milk contains lots of immunological, anti-inflammatory and growth factors and live cells. It’s important to give breast milk to a baby with special needs to prevent infectious disease and provide optimal nutrition. Babies with congenital and neurological conditions may be more likely to suffer from respiratory and ear infections and gastrointestinal illnesses, and are more likely to need surgery. Your breast milk is effective in preventing infections and promoting healing”

Dr Katsumi Mizuno, Professor of Paediatric Internal Medicine at Showa University’s Koto Toyosu Hospital Tweet