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Tigerlily Foundation was founded by Maimah Karmo, after she was diagnosed with breast cancer at 32 years old. Maimah is committed to educating young women around the world about breast cancer; and empowering them to be their own best advocates. She is dedicated to changing the young adult breast cancer landscape and seeks to impact the quality of care and lifestyle for young women affected by this disease.
She chose to name the organization Tigerlily because like a flower loses its petals in the Fall and Winter, then blossoms and grows in the Spring and Summer, a woman undergoing treatment can also find her true beauty, strength and be transformed during and after breast cancer
11654 Plaza America Drive #725
Reston, VA 20190
Toll Free: 1-888-580-6253 Fax: 703-663-9844
Baltimore Residents Free Breast Cancer Screenings
Every Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
UniversityCare at Edmondson Village, 4538 Edmondson Avenue
UniversityCare at Waxter Center, 1000 Cathedral Street
Two UniversityCare family health centers in West Baltimore are offering free breast cancer screening as part of the Baltimore City Cancer Program, an early-detection effort for uninsured, low-income city residents. UniversityCare officials urge eligible women to take advantage of the free clinical breast exams and mammograms.
The free screenings are available every Monday through Friday/
The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center also offers free mammograms, breast exams and pap tests to women who reside in Baltimore City, who are 40 years of age and older and have no health insurance.
To enroll in the Baltimore City Cancer Program, city residents can call 410-328-4673 (HOPE).
Source: Free Breast Cancer Screenings | University of Maryland Medical Center http://umm.edu/news-and-events/events/free-breast-cancer-screenings#ixzz2m4UsdHho
University of Maryland Medical Center
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Happy Holidays. Christmas is on its way and WCF needs your help to collect 2,000 wigs! Join us in providing hair replacement this Xmas to those in need. Wigs need to be in by December 16, 2013 to have the wigs refurbished and donated in time for Xmas! Wigs will be donated to women suffering from hair loss due to cancer and other medical conditions and to underserved women to assist with their hair appearance this Xmas. All wig donations are tax-deductible.
Please visit our website at www.wigcapitolfoundation.org and click on Donate Your Wigs and choose the location nearest you to drop off your wigs. Please include your name, contact, email address and the cost of the wigs your are donating for your receipt. While you are there, check out our wig selections and when you are ready to replace your wigs, you can purchase and donate your old one through Wig Capitol Foundation. Wigs can also be found on www.wigcapitol.yolasite.com.
Would you like your wig purchases to help someone in need, as well as receive a 25% tax-deduction with every wig you purchase? If the answer is yes, now you can by shopping at Wig Capitol and Wig Capitol Foundation.
You can become a WCF member today and receive great discounts on selected items, receive updates on the latest wig fashions, discounts on events, and more. To sign up, visit www.wigcapitolfoundation.org/membership. Membership fees are tax-dedcutible.
Finally, if you don't have a wig(s) to donate but you would like to support? You can, by purchasing your wigs at Wig Capitol and at the same time gain a 25% tax-deduction with every wig you purchased. Visit www.wigcapitol.yolasite.com.
P.S. Wig Capitol Foundation collects wigs year round. Please feel free to visit any of WCF's Wig Drop Locations in your area. Start your own business today by becoming a Wig Capitol Independent Wig Consultant. To sign up, visit www.wigcapitol.yolasite.com. Thank you,
Founder / CEO
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Paulette Smith, the owner of DonPaul Enterprises, and a breast cancer survivor since 1999. She developed this portal to support small businesses and individuals who support breast health.
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