Twenty-four-year-old Patrisha Organo was on a Philippine Airlines domestic flight earlier this week when she spotted the baby crying hysterically.
Patrisha approached the mum to check everything was OK and was told that they had ran out of milk and the little one was getting a tad hungry.
Patrisha, who has a nine-month-old little girl called Jade, said: “As soon as I heard the child’s cry, I knew there had to be something that I could do to help.
“When the mother told me that she had no formula milk for the child, and I knew that there was none on board, I knew I had to help.
“I knew that I could offer my own milk, as I had been breastfeeding my young child myself, so offered up my services.
“The mother of the child was so thankful for me helping, as she had been at the airport since 9.00pm the previous night.
“As soon as the baby started rooting and feeding from me, I saw the relief on the mother’s eyes and eventually her daughter fell asleep.”
Patrisha, from Manilla, says she is a breast-feeding advocate and was more than happy to help out as she understood how stressful the situation would be for the mum.
“I could only imagine the chaos of those feelings,” she explained. “But as a mother myself I knew the stress she would’ve been going through.
“The helplessness you feel when you cannot feed your hungry child is horrible, so I had to step in.