2018 Pink Patch Project

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2018 Pink Patch Flyer
 
2018 Pink Patch Project
 
The South Pasadena Police Department is pleased to announce their participation in the 2018 Pink Patch Project.

The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs’ Association and over 100 public safety agencies throughout the United States to raise awareness to breast cancer.

During the month of “Breast Cancer Awareness Month” in October, South Pasadena Police Officers will replace their uniform shoulder patches with a specially designed pink patch to show our support and commitment to the program.

As part of this program, we will be selling our specially designed pink patches to the community for only $10.00.  Proceeds from the sale will go to the City of Hope to help fund breast cancer education, research, and treatment. 

In 2017, we helped raise over $4,000.00 through the sale of our pink patches. With your support we hope to significantly increase that amount in 2018.

Patches can be purchased with cash or check (payable to “SPPOA”) at the lobby of the South Pasadena Police Department, 1422 Mission Street, South Pasadena, CA and at any community event.

Questions about the department’s pink patch program can be directed to Detective Andy Dubois, ADubois@southpasadenaca.gov.

For more information on the Pink Patch Project, visit www.pinkpatchproject.com.