There are many babies out there who desperately need a boost to their immune system, but do not have access to breast milk.


Enter: The New York Milk Bank.



This is an organisation that takes in donations of breast milk, pasteurises it and delivers the product to mothers who need it.



The executive director of the Milk Bank spoke to The New York Post about what it is that her company do:


"Women who have too much milk, we screen them, test their blood, pasteurise it, and then distribute it." 



But the question is... how do they deliver the breast milk to the needy babies?


A lesbian motorcycle gang... obviously.



The Sirens Women's Motorcycle Club is the oldest all-female biker gang in New York, and in their free time they speed around Manhattan delivering breast milk to babies. 


How badass is that?



One member of the club told The New York Post; "It was pretty unanimous that we wanted to help out."



What a fabulous way to give back to those in need.


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