A  Safe Haven for Women  Battling Breast Cancer. 


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Declaring His Works, Inc. started in February 2019 with a dedicated and compassionate Board of Directors, Committee Members, and Volunteers who strive to provide financial assistance, education/awareness, and emotional support to women breast cancer survivors/fighters Baltimore region.  We are few in number but mighty in supporting individuals impacted by this devastating and draining disease.

We rely on donations, grants, sponsorships, fundraising, and the Directors' contributions, to support Declaring His Works, Inc. service to breast cancer survivors/fighters. 

Our Mission


Declaring His Works, Inc. strives to become the premier supportive community resources for the underserved/socially disadvantaged women of breast cancer survivors/fighters.  While survivors/fighters battle this dreaded disease and live with the long-lasting effects of treatment, our goal is to improve their quality of life and minimize financial stressors by donating monetary support through charitable giving and provide educational and psychological support through awareness and various supportive services.




Honoring, Helping, Inspiring Hope, and Healing to Breast Cancer Survivors/Fighters until a cure is found to eradicate this disease from the face of the earth.


We honor you

We respect the individual journey of each survivor/fighter

We appreciate survivors/fighters allowing us to support you while on your journey

We will treat all who we serve with respect, compassion, dignity

We want to arm you with the support that you deserve


Meet the Team


Honor, Help, Inspire, and Provide Hope to People ⏤ that's our goal



A Licensed Clinical Social Worker-Certified, a Maryland  Victim Services Certified  Professional, and a two-time breast cancer survivor.  She is the owner of DRTG Supportive Offerings, LLC.  Dee graduated from St. Paul Cathedral High School in Pittsburgh, PA, received her B.S. in African American Studies and Social Work from the University of MD Baltimore County (UMBC) and her MSW from the University of Maryland School of Social Work. 


Dee has over 25 years working in the victim services field as a victim advocate, a clinician, and/or a supervisor and currently works in State government

Dee Gardner


Gloria Luckett earned her Bachelor of Arts in Human Services (Criminal Justice). Her specialized experience includes flexibility in working with victims of crime, people experiencing crisis and people who are socially excluded.

At present, she is employed with the Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention, Youth and Victim Services (Maryland Criminal Injuries Compensation). In addition, she is the Program Manager at My Covenant Place, which provides education to domestic abusers. 

Gloria Luckett

Vice President

Pat worked for the Maryland Transportation Administration as a Bus Operator for 9 years, Dispatcher/Starter for 3 years, and as an Administrative Assistant for 26 years. She has been retired for 4 years. Pat attended Grand Canyon University and received a BA in Communication with a minor in Christian Leadership and a Master of Divinity.  Pat is authentic, assertive, compassionate, committed, will lend a listening ear, and operates with a team spirit. Most importantly, she gets the job done and has a passion for helping others, volunteering, and serving with a Christ-like spirit

       Pat Hargrove



Chetta currently is a Risk Management Consultant who has worked in the banking/credit union industry for over 35 years. She presently works for Allied Solutions, LLC (Wisconsin) and has her own risk management consulting company. Additionally, Chetta has extensive leadership experience serving as Board Treasurer, Secretary or Board Liaison for various organizations. Chetta is a graduate of the University of Baltimore (MD) where she obtained a B. S. degree in Accounting and completed a management program at the University of Richmond (Richmond, VA). She is currently a graduate student at the University of Maryland. 

Chetta Hebron



Family Advocate Professional, Chaplain Professional, John Hopkins Clinical Pastoral Education.  Sheryl attended the N. C. School of Theology, has a BS/Biblical Studies & Counseling.  She attended Grand Canyon University and received a B.S./Counseling emphasis on Chemical Dependency, and she attended the Roper Academy through the University of Baltimore for Victim Services. 

Sheryl Wiliams



A 2-time Cancer Survivor, Charli is a Mentor for MedStar Medical Center’s Breast Cancer Program, Bel Air, MD; she received  Pastoral Care Education through Johns Hopkins Hospital Chaplaincy Program and served as a Chaplain at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD; she has  a Masters in Divinity from New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, New Jersey and a Bachelor of Science Degree  in Business  Administration and Management, from Monmouth University, Long Branch, New Jersey. She served 31 years in the US Department of Defense as a Logistician and is now retired.  

Charli Holmes

Board Director


Our Services




Conquering Cancer Fund


Purpose:  To assist breast cancer survivors who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of a breast cancer diagnosis. 


There is an application process that starts annually in the month of April.


Funds can be used towards an outstanding BGE bill, water bill, telephone bill (landline or cell), and other cancer-related expenses. 

Annual Retreat


We host an annual overnight retreat for survivors/fighters for revitalization, relaxation, reinvigoration to promote self-care, to increase knowledge, to inspire hope while on the journey, to create a healing community, and a connection amongst the attendees that will spread to others in the fight.

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Conquering Cancer Fund