"There's no formula milk onboard", Organo wrote. "Passengers started looking and staring at the tiny, fragile crying infant".
Organo, who has a almost six-month-old daughter, said her line administrator led the passenger to the galley where she then breastfed the woman's baby until she fell asleep.
"As soon as I heard the child's cry, I knew there had to be something that I could do to help", said Patrisha, who is mum to a nine-month-old daughter named Jade. "And so I offered", she wrote.
Organo, who has been a flight attendant with Philippine Airlines for four years, Yahoo Lifestyle reported, felt the need to help the desperate mother. That's exactly what happened to one mom when she was aboard a flight recently.
With no formula on board, Organo - who happens to be the mother of a almost one-year-old daughter herself - knew there was only one thing she could do: offer her own supply. An advocate of breastfeeding, she offered her own milk to nourish the baby and lessen the worries of the infant's upset mother.
"I saw the relief in her mother's eyes", writes Organo.
"More than inspired, I have a mother's heart that knows what the baby needs", she gushed.
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It took place during a "check flight", which would qualify her as a cabin crew evaluator, one of the duties required of an assistant line administrator. Facebook users also responded with comments praising the flight attendant's act, with one person even calling her a "hero".
She realized that she had been right-the flight was going to be special.
'The mother of the child was so thankful for me helping, as she had been at the airport since 9.00pm the previous night.
Organo posted a photo of herself breastfeeding the hungry baby, and the post has gone viral.
After the baby was satisfied, Organo escorted the mother and child back to their seat.
"The other passengers had no idea what was going on", she recalls.
She said: 'I could only imagine the chaos of those feelings, but as a mother myself I knew the stress she would've been going through.