We will be launching the DVD of Tigers, this weekend at our AGM.   If you think our work is important and would like to help, why not become a member and come along to Cambridge?

Time: Saturday 8th June 2019 2-5pm

Place: German-speaking Lutheran Church in East Anglia, 4 Shaftesbury Road,
Cambridge,  CB2 8BW (aprox 15 minute walk from Cambridge Station).



What we do Leaflet

Who do you contact when you see baby milk being marketed aggressively?

Who do you think will take action when baby food companies are running events for health workers to promote their formula brands?

Who do you look for to help when you see Nestlé or Danone trying to improve their images by linking with good causes?

If the answer to any of these questions is Baby Milk Action then please think about becoming a member – click here to apply.





Membership is just:

  • £3 per month (equivalent of £36/year ) for the waged
  • £4 per month (equivalent of £48/year) for family membership
  • £12 per year (equivalent of £1/month) for the unwaged
  • Organisational membership depends on the size of the organisation – see our online Virtual shop – click here.

If you would like to send us a one-off or monthly donation – click here.

Lapsed member? Click here to sign into your account then select “Change” next to your membership status to renew.

Baby Milk Action is a small organisation, but over the years we have had a big impact

We have helped to strengthen policies and regulations at international level, the European Union and in the UK.

We have stopped some cases of aggressive marketing by baby food companies through our campaigns where regulations do not exist or do not work.

We have raised the issue of conflicts of interest with United Nations bodies and with health worker organisations closer to home.

We can be a strong, independent voice because we take no funding from companies

About half of our income comes from membership fees, donations and merchandise sales, plus fees for when staff are asked to speak or provide expert comments for public-interest organisations we work with.

The rest of our money comes from grants from development organisations and charitable trusts.

You will find details of our income and expenditure with our year reports.

Members can stand for our Board of Directors and vote for the Board

Our members are important for the democratic accountability of the organisation. We will send you our Year Report and invitation to our Annual General Meeting.

You will find the latest information on this website and can sign up for email alerts.

Apply for membership today.

Various payment options are available, including monthly subscriptions or one-off payments.