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SUPPORT BPPD IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER

Buena Park PD is participating in the Pink Patch Project!

Post Date:10/01/2018 12:49 PM

Buena Park, Calif. -- Think pink, wear pink and join the fight. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Buena Park Police Department (BPPD) will be wearing pink patches in support of the Pink Patch Project.

The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative effort of approximately 110 law enforcement agencies across the country who help raise funds for breast cancer research, treatment and education.

Purchase a pink patch in support for only $10. Under the leadership of Officer Pantoja, the BPPD and BPPA have partnered with St. Jude’s Breast Cancer Center in Fullerton. All proceeds raised from Pink Patch sales will be donated to St. Jude’s to help deliver the best care possible for those in need.

Ready to Purchase Your Pink Patch? Your Support Makes a Difference. Pink Patches can be purchased in the BPPD lobby, at the BPPD booth at Silverado Days, or by mail through the end of October.

Pink Patch Information

To purchase by mail, send $10 and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Buena Park Police Department – Pink Patch Project, 6640 Beach Blvd., Buena Park, CA 90621. Checks should be made payable to the Buena Park Police Association.

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