Infant Formula provides babies with the nutrients they need to grow and thrive. When unable to breastfeed, mothers have to chose formula, which can be expensive.
Powdered formula is the least expensive, followed by concentrated, with ready-to-feed being the most expensive. And specialty formulas (such as soy and hypoallergenic) cost more — sometimes far more — than the basic formulas. During the first year of life, the cost of basic formula can cost a family about $1,500.
1 in 4 families struggle to provide basic needs for their children, and formula is second most often requested item. Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, the need has doubled and Sweet Cheeks Formula Bank aims to fill that gap. Please donate today to help families in need.