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Free Mastectomy Pillows and Seat Belt Cover Port Protectors

by KimHarms 7 Comments


My mom and her friends continue to make armpit pillows for mastectomy patients and have added port protector seat belt covers for chemo patients. They ship these all over the US, and through their act of service to others I’ve been able to have some lovely email conversations with women who are making their way through breast cancer.

These pillows and seat belt covers are FREE. If you are interested, leave a comment below, send me an email at kimharms@rocketmail.com or go to my FREE Mastectomy pillow page and fill out the form.  All mom needs from you is a name and a shipping address.

“Let no debt remain outstanding except the continuing debt to love one another…” Romans 13:8

Comments ( 7 )

  1. ReplyNorma
    What a beautiful jester of love which shows the love for Chrust.
  2. ReplyLori
    I would like to get my coworker 2 of these armpit pillows and a seatbelt pillow. Her surgery is January 9th. Could this get to Seattle by next Friday?
  3. ReplyJanet Mazzulo, 7 Harvest Way, Westborough, MA 01581
    I would like to get my dear friend 1 matching (if possible) armpit and 1 seatbelt pillow. Thanks so much for your generosity and support for breast cancer patients.
    • ReplyKim Harms
      I will forward this to my mom and she'll happily send those out to you.
  4. ReplyKrystal Hayden
    Thank you so much for what you do. It is so painful to ride in car since double mastectomy. :(
    • ReplyKimHarms
      I hated seatbelts after my double mastectomy! I hope you are recovering well. If you would like a seatbelt protector, just send me your mailing address and my mom will get one sent out to you.
  5. ReplyJS
    This is amazing. I would love one for a very close friend who is undergoing a mastectomy this week. I will send you an e-mail right now. Thank you!

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