Miles for the Cure donors will receive ten (10)
AAdvantage(R) miles for every dollar donated to Komen.
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Help take our promise to new
heights by making a contribution of $25, $50, $100 or more to support our work
at Susan G. Komen®.
for the Cure General Donation
Make a donation to
celebrate and honor a loved one's survivorship or a special occasion - a
birthday, anniversary, or a wedding, or recognize the courage of a friend or
relative who is fighting breast cancer. When an In Honor gift is received, we
will send a personalized tribute card to the person or family indicated
notifying them of your thoughtful donation, but not revealing the amount of the
for the Cure In Honor Donation
When you create a
Memorial Campaign, it provides the opportunity to make a donation in memory of
a loved one or friend. When an In Memory gift is received, we will send a
personalized tribute card to the person or family indicated notifying them of
your thoughtful donation, but not revealing the amount of the donation.
for the Cure In Memory DonationView
an example of our tribute card for In Honor and In Memory donations.
For charitable deduction purposes, each mile is
valued at 2.75 cents per mile if fewer than 6,000 miles are awarded and 2.5
cents per mile if 6,000 or more miles are awarded.
Please allow up to eight weeks for the AAdvantage
bonus miles to be posted to your AAdvantageaccount.
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AAdvantage® program at any time
without notice."Unless specified,
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elite-status qualification or Million MilerSM status.". AmericanAirlines is not responsible for products or
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You can support Susan G. Komen® when
you buy or sell on eBay, with the eBay Giving Works program.
You can find whatever you're looking for on eBay – from baseball cards to new
cars and more. When you do, shop for items that clearly state they benefit
Susan G. Komen and you’ll be helping those affected by breast cancer.
Did you know that charity listings often get more bids and
higher prices than regular eBay listings? Boost your sales and support our
critical work while you're at it! Plus eBay gives back to you too, with a fee
credit on your basic selling fees.
Go to eBay's Giving Works
website to learn more and get started.
Your broker can assist you in making a gift of stock via a direct
transfer to Susan G. Komen®. Giving a gift of publicly traded stock
that has increased in value and that you have owned for more than one year may
provide greater tax benefits than giving cash. Your charitable income tax
deduction is equal to the fair market value of the stock and you avoid paying
the capital gains tax on any increase in the current value over the original
cost of the stock. You may also save by not incurring brokerage fees because
you are transferring ownership rather than selling the stock.
Brokerage House: UBS Financial ServicesAccount
Name: Susan G. Komen®Account Number: LM 28345Financial
Advisor: Barry Kemball-Cook.Telephone number: 800-323-8424DTC
Number: 0221Please inform our Donor Services Department of stock
transfers so that we can properly acknowledge your gift and forward information
regarding your tax deduction. Phone: 1-877 GO KOMEN
Susan G. Komen®5005 LBJ
Freeway, Suite 250Dallas, TX 75244Call: Toll-free at 1-877 GO
expanding our impact in the fight against breast and cervical cancer around the
world. Through community outreach, health provider training and education,
we’re working to control breast and cervical cancer in low- and middle-income
countries where resources are scarce.
hope to help other women, especially moms,receive screenings and
treatment and ensure that no other mother has to tell her children‘Mommy has cancer.'"
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