The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative effort between public safety agencies throughout the nation designed to raise public awareness and funds for breast cancer education, research, and treatment.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, members of the Prescott Police Department will wear pink patches on their uniforms in an effort to raise awareness about this disease and the importance of early detection as well as the essential work that must be put forth to find a cure. This is also a way for the Prescott Police Department to show special support to several members of the Prescott police family who are facing this disease.
During the month of October, the Prescott Police Department and the Prescott Police Foundation will be selling these specially designed pink patches at many community events throughout the month as well as at the Prescott Police Department and Yavapai Regional Medical Center gift shops. The patches are $5 each and proceeds from the sales will benefit the Yavapai Regional Medical Center Breast Care Center and the Prescott Police Foundation’s Pink Patch Project. For more information on the Pink Patch Project events and more, please visit the various Prescott PD social media sites. #PrescottPD | @PrescottPD