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There are so many ways to donate to Harley’s Angels. You can make a monetary donation, you may make a $20 donation for our Harley’s Angels calendar, (this is the online donation rate that includes S/H)  you can donate to us when you use Kroger card and you can even donate a vehicle to us. Please see below for some of the ways that you can help Harley’s Angels in our fight against breast cancer.

As of the 2019 donation amount we now are at a high time level of $970,000 donated to MD Anderson and Baylor College of Medicine.


To make a monetary donation via Pay Pal, please click the donate button. Please include a note to us to explain the nature of your donation.





To make an online $20 donation and receive our calendar, (includes S/H) please click the donate button. Make sure you write in the description that your donation is for a calendar and how many you want to order.  Send us your shipping address/contact information so we can send you your calendar. Thank you so much! 





For more information about donating to us with your Kroger Card, please click this link.


For more information about donating a vehicle to Harley’s Angels, please click this link.

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We’re Part of the Kroger Community Rewards Program

Did you know Harley’s Angels are part of the Kroger Community Rewards Program?

If you shop at Kroger, please go online and link your Kroger shopper’s card account to Cruzin to Cure. This will not cost you anything except a few minutes of your time. By doing this, Kroger will donate money to Harley’s Angels each quarter. The amount donated is contingent on the total amount of purchases by people whose Kroger card is linked to this code. Your Help is VERY MUCH Appreciated!

To register for a new Kroger card or link your existing card to donate to the Harley’s Angels please see the following instructions:

Our Organization Number is: ‘VJ598

All supporters must have a registered Kroger Plus card account online to be able to link their card to an organization.

  • If you do not have a Kroger Plus Card, you can obtain a digital Kroger Plus Card when creating an account online or at any Kroger store.
  • Link your card at www.KrogerCommunityRewards.com.
  • If you have an existing account, click on “Sign In,” otherwise click on “Create an Account.”

If you are a new online customer:

  • You will need to enter your email address, create a password, enter your zip code, click on favorite store, and agree to the terms and conditions.
  • Once you are done entering your information you will get a message asking you to check your e-mail inbox and click on the link within the body of the e-mail that was sent to activate your Kroger account.

Already have a Kroger.com account?

  • Enter your email address and password and click on “Sign In”.
  • Click on Community then on Community Rewards” then click on enroll now, complete personal information, click on save.
  • Enter your organization’s number or name and then click on “Search”.
    Select your organization and click on “Save.”
  • To verify that you enrolled correctly, you will see your organizations name on the right side of your account settings page.
  • Once you are linked, you can start earning rewards immediately toward the organization you are supporting. (Note: The message saying that you are supporting an organization through the Kroger Community Rewards program will start printing on your receipt about 10 business days after you linked your card.)

View your Rewards Details

  • Sign in to your Kroger account
  • Go to www.KrogerCommunityRewards.com
  • Click on “View Your Rewards Details”
  • See how much you have earned for your organization! (Note: This information will only be available and updated at the end of each cycle.)
  • Remember, you must swipe your registered Kroger Plus Card or use your Alt ID when shopping for each eligible purchase to count.
  • You must link your card every year, starting August 1st, to support the organization of your choice.(Spanish Instructions available upon request.)

Thank you for participating in our Kroger Community Rewards program – and Thank You for Your Support in the Fight Against Breast Cancer!

The Harley’s Angels..Cruzin’ to Cure

Mission

The Mission of Harley’s Angels is to promote breast cancer awareness, education, and support of research for the prevention and cure of breast cancer. Harley’s Angels – Cruzin to Cure is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and is not affiliated with any dealer, manufacturer, or motorcycle enthusiast organization.

With one out of eight women being diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, it is no surprise that there are also several breast cancer survivors within our group.

Harley’s Angels is a group of volunteer, women motorcycle enthusiasts dedicated to promoting breast cancer awareness, research and education.

Description

Our primary fundraising project is the publication of a calendar featuring the women of “Harley’s Angels.” With one out of eight women being diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, it is no surprise that there are also several breast cancer survivors within our group. The calendar is tastefully designed featuring the women of Harley’s Angels and our motorcycles.

Our first calendar was published in 2003 and after ten successful calendar years, you are likely to find our calendars anywhere from bike shops to grandmother’s kitchen. We have donated over $970,000.00 to two of Houston’s finest research centers supporting Dr. Kent Osborne, Director of Baylor’s Breast Center and Dr. Kelly Hunt, Chief Breast Surgeon, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

Harley’s Angels, Cruzin’ to Cure, is a non-profit 501(c)3 volunteer organization. We would like to invite you to join us in the crusade to find a cure for breast cancer. If you would like to join us in this effort, please complete a membership packet or contact any of the Harley’s Angels volunteer members.

Ten Tips for Getting a Mammogram

  1. Yearly mammograms are recommended starting at age 40.
  2. Use a facility that specializes in mammograms or that performs more than three each day. Ask to see the FDA certificate showing that the facitlity meets high professional standards.
  3.  If you are satisfied with the facility, continue to go there each year, so that your mammograms can be compared from year to year. If not, take copies of your old mammograms to a new facility so that they will have them for comparison.
  4.  Some, or all, of the cost of a mammogram may be covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or private health plans. Call the ACS (1.800.ACS.2345) to find low-cost mammograms in your area.
  5.  All mammogram facilities are required to send your results to you within 30 days and to contact your withing five business days if there is a suspected problem. Call your doctor or the facility if you do not receive your results.
  6. Only two to four of every 1,000 mammograms will lead to a cancer diagnosis. 10% of women may require an additional mammogram, but only 8-10% of them will need a biopsy. 80% of those biopsies will NOT be cancer.
  7. The procedure will require you to undress to the waist, but the facility will provide a wrap for you to wear.
  8. Deodorant, powder, or cream under your arms may interfere with the quality of the mammogram.
  9. Only you and the technologist, who positions your breasts, will be present for the mammogram. Most technologist are women.
  10. The entire procedure should take about 20 minutes and should include two views of each breast. The breast compression may cause some discomfort, which you can lesson by not scheduling a mammogram immediately before or during your period. Tell the technologist if you experience pain during the procedure.

Five Things to Tell Your Friends About Breast Cancer

  1. All women can get breast cancer – even those who have no family history of the disease.
  2. The two most important factors for breast cancer are: being a woman and growing older.
  3. Women diagnosed with early breast cancer, when the cancer is small and has not spread, have a high chance of surviving it. Mammograms are the best way to find breast cancer early. Get one every year starting at age 40. If you notice any breast changes, tell your doctor without delay.
  4. You can help reduce your chances of developing breast cancer by engaging in regular physical activity, maintaining a healthy weight, limiting alcohol intake and STOP SMOKING.
  5. Through early detection and improved treatments, more women than ever are surviving breast cancer.

Assistance

These are some organizations that offer assistance to women with breast cancer and to those seeking medical services.

Galveston County Health District, D’Feet Project
1207 Oak St.
La Marque, TX 77568
409.938.2291 • 
409.938.2327
www.dfeetbreastcancer.com/mamo

UTMB Cancer Center

301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555-1048
866.731.CURE
www.utmb.edu/cancer

To be eligible for a sponsored mammogram, women must meet eligibility criteria and they must have a doctor’s referral. The Rose honors insurance. Diagnostic services (ultrasounds, fine needle aspirations and core breast biopsies) are available at The Rose.

Angel Flight South Central
Serving Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas and 
New Mexico
Contact Us at 800-989-2602

www.AngelFlightSC.org

The mission of Angel Flight South Central is to help people in need of free air transportation for medical and humanitarian purposes.It is our goal to remove the transportation burden from patients so they can get to specialized medical treatment not available to them locally and focus on getting well. Many of our patients do not have access to conventional transportation or are too ill to drive or fly commercially. Angel Flight is here to help! Completely free of charge! Angel Flight South Central relies completely on volunteer pilots and donations from individuals, foundations, clubs and corporations.

M.D. Anderson Resources:

M.D. Anderson’s Cancer Prevention Center offers a wide range of
services. Including risk assessment, risk-reduction counseling and
sereening, including mammography and clinical breast exam.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call:
(713) 745-8040 or (800) 438-6434.

Other M. D. Anderson resources are available to the public, including patient support services, educational programs, guided tours, a learningcenter and wellness programs. You don’t have to be an M. D. Anderson patient to use many of these services.

For more information about M. D. Anderson programs, services or referrals, contact ask M.D. Anderson at 877-MDA-6789 or www.mdanderson.org/contact_us