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The History of Harley’s Angels Calendars

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 nine successful calendar years, you are likely to find our calendars anywhere from bike shops to grandmother’s kitchen. We have donated over $650,000 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.

For a $15 donation you may order your calendar. (Shipping and handling is extra.)

Our calendars are our primary fundraising source and 100% of the proceeds received for the Harleys Angels Calendar is donated to the research efforts of The Breast Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine and M.D. Anderson’s Breast Cancer Prevention and Research Fund.

Own a Piece of Harley’s Angels History

This is your opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind piece of Harley’s Angels history.

Lisa McClary of “Yesterday Today & Tomorrow” designed and donated this very memorable quilt. The Harley’s Angels 10th Anniversary Memory Quilt features our calender covers from the past 10 years.

Thank you for your support. The drawing was held on January 21, 2012.

Harley’s Angels Tour Lab at MD Anderson

Harley’s Angels tour Dr. Hunt’s  new lab at MD Anderson Cancer. The Angels presented Dr. Hunt with a lab coat featuring the Harley’s Angels logo in appreciation for Dr. Hunt’s research efforts, as well as her support of Harley’s Angels.