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The Red Devils Angels for Breast Cancer Patients, Stage Feb. Fundraisers for Better Quality-of-Life.

BALTIMORE, Feb. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Breast cancer patients have an angel in the form of The Red Devils, honoring 10 years in 2012 of working to improve the quality-of-life for Maryland patients and their families.

February fundraising events allow the general public to raise dollars for a charity that sends funds - without red tape - directly to the people who need it most.

Two Hunt Valley Towne Centre retailers based off Shawan Road are out front. The month of February, Greetings & Readings of Hunt Valley will showcase The Red Devils 10th anniversary cookbook.Donate $20 or more, get a cookbook.The independent bookseller will track donations on behalf of The Red Devils.

On "Fat Tuesday" February 21 The Greene Turtle Sports Bar and Grille in Hunt Valley celebrates Mardi Gras and the breast cancer cause by donating 20 percent of the day's receipts patrons turn back in.Revelers will enjoy live music with Brian Raphael, a fab happy hour and more.Bring extra cash for $5 Red Devils hair extensions by noted stylist Alberta Santora of Stevenson Village's Capelli Salon and sign up for the $35 annual The Red Devils 5K Run & Stroll on June 10 at Goucher College, the year's biggest fundraiser.

Head to the Dundalk, MD waterfront and Hard Yacht Cafe, 8500 Cove Road, Saturday, February 25 for a "Chili Cook-off" for The Red Devils from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.Cost is $10 to enter or taste.

Founded in 2002 by the families of two brave young women who succumbed to breast cancer, the Baltimore-based 501 (c)(3) organization works with 38 partner hospitals which refer patients to The Red Devils.Help is not based on finances but the individual toll breast cancer takes.

The Red Devils provide transportation to life-saving treatments; help with drug co-payments; delivering nourishing meals and groceries; therapeutic massages and more.Even out-of-the-box funding is possible, including a surprise birthday party for the sole child of a single mom near life's end or getting a breast cancer patient new eyeglasses.

Funds come from individual and corporate donations as well as grants from groups including The Maryland Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

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