Claremont Area Chapter of The Links, Incorporated

Transforming Communities-Fulfilling Our Purpose

"Increasing our Collective Impact by Valuing our Linked Individuality"


LinksHelp for Humanity: Bahamas Relief Fund

One month ago today, Hurricane Dorian made landfall on the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas and a day later hit Grand Bahama Island. An estimated 13,000 homes were damaged by the storm’s wrath and 70,000 people have been left homeless according to the United Nations.

Under LinksHelp for Humanity: Bahamas Relief, The Links Foundation immediately mobilized to contribute to the relief efforts.  Link sisters and chapters also quickly began sending critical goods for those affected by Hurricane Dorian as part of the first phase of our humanitarian aid.

Monetary Donations

We are now moving into the second phase of our disaster relief efforts and will begin accepting monetary donations. The LinksHelp for Humanity: Bahamas Relief Fund has been established. Any amount contributed individually or by a chapter to The Links Foundation, Incorporated will transform the lives of the thousands of Bahamians impacted by the storm.

To make a contribution to the LinksHelp for Humanity: Bahamas Relief Fund, please click the button below or visit our national website to make an online donation. Donations can also be made via check and sent to:

The Links Foundation, Incorporated

1200 Massachusetts Ave, NW

Washington, DC 20005

Attn: LinksHelp for Humanity: Bahamas Relief Fund

Monetary donations will be directed to the Nassau, Bahamas Chapter to support displaced families, and women and children in need. All donations will be acknowledged by The Links Foundation, Incorporated.

All help is greatly appreciated.

To donate, click on the link below.

Low Cost Digital Screening Mammography


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center is offering Low Cost Digital Screening Mammograms for $50.00! Take advantage if you don't have Medical Insurance.



On September 28, 2019...across the country...The Links, Incorporated participated in the “Walk For Healthy Living Annual Walk-A-Thon” ..promoting a more heart healthy lifestyle for women...#linksonthemove #hearthealthy . Here are pictures of the Claremont Chapter Members participating in the Walk-A-Thon. #linksonthemove; #hearthealthy

We Welcome Our New Western Area officers

Lorna Hankins ​Western Area Director Gulf Coast (TX) Chapter

Karen Ragland Cole​Western Area Vice Director Beverly Hills West (CA) Chapter

Theresa Brewton Lyons ​Western Area Secretary Fort Worth (TX) Chapter

Marcia L. Page ​ Western Area Treasurer Mid-Cities (TX) Chapter

Cora Guinn Robinson ​Western Area Nominating Chair Houston (TX) Chapter

Claremont Links on the Go!!!!

The Claremont Area Links have been busy traveling this year. Please enjoy our slide show that highlights some of the events we have traveled to.

We honor our emeralds


What is an Emerald?


Emeralds are the Alumna, Platinum and active members who are eligible for Alumna status.


Emerald Celebration

On Friday, April 12, 2019, Link Monica Levy hosted a wonderful celebration to honor our Emerald Members in our chapter:  Links Amaryllis Watkins, Jessie Henry Thomas, Karen Little, Sylvia Phillips  Walker, Thelma Snow-Jackson, Margaret Crawford Jordan, and Nanci Spencer. The menu was seafood gumbo, spinach salad, and carrot cake for dessert.




  • What we know among U.S.Women.....
  • In women under 40 yrs, African-American women have higher rates of breast cancer compared to non-Hispanic white women. Implication: Mammograms need to start before 40 yrs of age (Mid-career women)
  • Between ages 65-84, White women have slightly higher rates of breast cancer compared to African-American women (see below), although African women have poorer prognosis. Implication: Breast cancer is fairly similar in African American vs. White women, but the risk of mortality is higher. 

What we know...


Everyone’s breasts are different, and your breasts can change with age and at different times of the month. It’s important to get to know how your breasts normally look and feel so it will be easier to spot if there are any unusual changes for you.

If you do spot any unusual changes to your breasts you should get them checked out by your doctor.

Finding out about breast cancer signs and symptoms can help you understand what breast changes to look out for. 

What can we do?


National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of finding breast cancer early. Make a difference! Spread the word about mammograms, and encourage communities, organizations, families, and individuals to get involved.

claremont chapter supports walk for hope


Join Our Team or Make a Donation

Any amount is a great amount!


Support Our Team

We're fundraising to find a cure for women's cancers!

When you step up to raise funds for Walk for Hope, you help City of Hope shorten the time it takes to get from bold, innovative ideas to powerful new treatments for women's cancers.

City of Hope is leading the fight against cancers unique to women through research, treatment and education — and we need your help! Walk for Hope raises necessary funds to continue groundbreaking research.


Can We Talk? Series


 Can We talk? Series is scheduled for April 20th and will be held on the Cal Poly campus. Contact The Claremont Area Links: for more information.

Human Trafficking Initiative


Human Trafficking Awareness

Call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center

1-888-373-7888 or text BeFree (233733)
to report sex trafficking, forced labor, or to get help

President, Amaryllis Watkins


The Claremont Area (CA) Chapter of The Links Incorporated is a small but mighty chapter and we are  committed  to friendship and service. Please peruse our website and find out what we are about.

Our Contact Info...


Contact us:

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 1372
Upland, CA 91785-1372

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