The mission of WINGS is to bridge the gap between diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, providing comprehensive breast health services to women in Central and South Texas who are uninsured…because everyone deserves a lifetime.

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Dear WINGS family, friends and partners,

The WINGS office is open to the public by appointment only.  Office Hours are Monday – Friday from 10am – 3pm daily.  Our staff members are available to serve you via telephone, teleconference, email and in person.  We are here to provide you assistance, support and answer any questions you may have. Contact us by phone at (210) 946-9464 email us at

We are forever grateful to our medical network partners for your unwavering devotion in caring for the women we serve, and to all our loyal donors for your dedication and commitment to ensure WINGS receives critical funds necessary to fulfill our mission of providing comprehensive breast health care to underserved, uninsured women diagnosed with breast cancer.

We appreciate you staying connected with us via our website and social media outlets. Please help us reach as many individuals as possible by “Liking and Sharing” posts to keep our community in touch and informed about WINGS services and events.

We look forward to staying in touch – together we stay strong in spirit and in service protecting those who are the least served, and in need of our help…because everyone deserves a lifetime!

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Shavel’s Story

Shavel’s journey began at the age of 30 while nursing her newborn daughter…

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2929 Mossrock #205

San Antonio, TX 78230



WINGS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity, gifts to which are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

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