What is the Pink Patch Project?

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Originating in 2013 with the Seal Beach Police Department in Southern California who wore pink patches on their uniforms during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

In 2015, the Irwindale Police Department in California ran with the idea and sold their patches to the community, raising over $20,000.00 for one of the nation's largest and most effective cancer centers, the City of Hope.

 

Chief Anthony Miranda took the idea to the Los Angeles Police Chiefs Association and 25 local agencies came on board. 

Today, the program has expanded to several hundred partner agencies throughout the world and includes partners from police, sheriff, fire, EMS, and federal departments worldwide.1

We are happy to announce that we now represent the 357 Law Enforcement Agencies in Massachusetts that employ just over 19,000 police officers that participate in the Pink Patch Project. 

Does your agency take part in raising awareness for Breast Cancer? If so email us at masspinkpatchproject@gmail.com we will add you to the registry. 

Does your agency sell pink patch merchandise for a recipient of your choosing? Let us know, we want this site to be the hub for individuals to purchase Massachusetts Pink Patch Gear! 

This site is primarily in place to help those in search of pink patch agencies and gear and any other important information, including fundraisers all over Massachusetts and more!

Please know a portion of any sales from Massachusetts Pink Patch Project will be donated the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA 

Information taken from www.pinkpatchproject.com

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