Baby Feeding Drop In

Breastfeeding Drop In is 10-11.30am, Mondays at: Collective Community Hub, 33 Johnsonville Road, Johnsonville. Parking on site, or next door. People are welcome to attend for lots of reasons. Perhaps you are pregnant and want to learn about breastfeeding. Maybe you are learning to feed your baby and not enjoying Read more…

La Leche League Nelson/Tasman

La Leche League Nelson /Tasman offers free breastfeeding support and information to mothers/parents and whanau. Our meetings are every last Wednesday each month, 9.30-11.30am at Richmond Plunket, 56 Oxford Street, Richmond. Join us to share your questions and stories https://www.facebook.com/LLLNelsonTasman

La Leche League Wellington

La Leche League helps people to breastfeed through mother-to-mother, parent-to-parent support, education, information, and encouragement. We promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element of healthy development, with benefits for the baby and the nursing parent. Our Wellington group holds monthly meetings; details are posted on our Facebook Read more…

La Leche League Taranaki

Free peer to peer feeding support within Taranaki. Currently support available via phone, messenger and email. Providing community connection through monthly meetings first Tuesday of the month. See our Facebook page for meeting details. https://www.facebook.com/share/4TAoRrUagSp9KAfv/?mibextid=qi2Omg

B4Baby Breastfeeding Service

Breast milk is specifically designed to meet pēpi’s nutritional needs, providing the right amount of nutrients in the proper proportions. It also contains protective factors, including antibodies and anti-inflammatory components. These protective factors support pēpi’s immune system, both in the short term by preventing illnesses and in the long term Read more…

BreastfeedingNZ

BreastfeedingNZ is a public Facebook page where māmā & whānau can receive free support and ask all their breastfeeding questions. The page welcomes a wide community of lovely māmā who share their stories, tips and encouragement with each other. Parents can also ask lactation specialists questions via Messenger. The page Read more…