About Us

From one to many.  We are the ones who want to change lives.

How it all started

Why we started.

October 2013 Founder and Executive Director, Julie Moser, was diagnosed with breast cancer at the young age of 39.  As a seasoned military wife, mother of two young girls, cancer shattered their world.  Through the diagnosis and treatments, Julie wasn’t able to work with harsh side effects from chemo and residual effects once chemo ended.   While she lost her hair, she didn’t want to lose hope.  Cancer is so much more than hair loss.  In December 2020, Julie was yet again fighting breast cancer.  This just gave her more drive and determination to continue helping others during cancer treatments.

Who we serve

To all United States residents or Active Duty Military abroad that have been diagnosed with cancer and in current treatments.  Any cancer. Any gender.  Any age. Any income level.

How we got our name

Pink:  The color chosen in recognition of our founder’s breast cancer journey.

Warriors:  those fighting cancer.

Angels: those offering  support to warriors

Texas:   Our home and headquarters for the non-profit

Pink Out Party by Pink Warrior Angels and Moving with the Military at Homebase Lumber in Copperas Cove, Texas on October 27, 2018.

Who is Marily Considine?

Julie met Marily Considine on the first day of her chemo treatment in 2013.  Marily had been asked by a fellow military spouse to visit Julie because she was a breast cancer survivor also.  Marily became Julie’s angel.  On many of her darkest days Marily brought a positive outlook.  Her kindness and spirit were a shining star to many. 

As Marily’s cancer progressed she asked that those she helped continue to give back to others.  On February 10, 2019 at the age of 41, Marily passed away leaving behind her loving husband, two sweet children, and a legacy of love. 

PWATX strives to emulate the spirit of Marily as we reach out in our community and our nation to do what we can to help cancer warriors in need.  Marily is a big part of why we do what we do. 

We love, love, love you, Marily.

My name is Bonnie Vargo. I am a Metavivor. My breast cancer returned in Feb. 2019 and it spread to my liver and spine. I have been battling cancer since 2003 and although it has been a long hard road my faith has grown immensely over the years. The Pink Warrior Angels of Texas are a Godsent and an answer to a prayer. They are truly Angels and are helping me pay some bills which I could not pay. My husband Alex and I are on social security and it has been tough trying to make ends meet. Thank you Pink Warrior Angels of Texas for your support and generosity. Your organization is a blessing to those of us going through cancer and I will spread the word about you to my Pink Sisters.
Bonnie Vargo

Our Success Team

Meet Our Board of Directors

Julie Moser of Pink Warrior Angels of Texas
Julie Moser

+ Executive Director

Amy Komins
Financial Officer
Tyra charmant

Community Outreach Director

Our Team

Jenny Zott
Social Media Coordinator |
Blog Editor
Savanah Ponce

We’re accountable for what we do.

IRS Form 990 is an informational tax form that most tax-exempt organizations must file annually. The form gives the IRS an overview of the organization’s activities, governance and detailed financial information.

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