Slain Officer’s Husband Struggles To Raise Their Newborn - Gets Unexpected Delivery (Photos)

A group of moms in the Monterey, California area put together a breast milk drive to feed a four-month-old baby girl left motherless after a gunman in Palm Springs gunned down her mom. The cowardly gunman opened fire on the police officers and killed two of them.

The moms participating in the drive had babies recently, and are donating their breast milk for slain Palm Springs Officer Lesley Zerebny's baby, 4-month-old Cora.

Check out this recent Facebook post about the Monterey breast milk drive:

“It is amazing what people do when they find out there is a need and find out that they can help.

A friend sent me these pictures today of coolers filled with donated breast milk and told me about a remarkable effort that has taken place over the last couple of days for Palm Springs.

Officer Lesley Zerebny's baby, 4-month-old Cora.

It's something only mothers can do for Officer Zerebny.

She was shot and killed on Saturday in the line of duty. She had just gone back to work from maternity leave.

This effort started on social media when a family member posted asking for prayers. That family member happened to be in the Monterey area and when a local woman named Ashley asked if donated breast milk could help, she said yes and then this incredible effort got underway.

It didn't take long but tonight more than 500 ounces of breast milk from moms the Monterey area were delivered to that family member to take back to Cora.”

This Monterey breast milk drive is yet another example of the good that can be derived from social media.

Source: KTVU
Photos: GoFundMe, NBC Los Angeles, ODMP

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