The Methuen Police Department is participating in the “Pink Patch Project” with many police departments in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and across the United States. During the month of October, our officers have been authorized to wear a special limited edition pink Methuen Police Department patch on their uniforms by making a donation to Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
A limited number of these pink Methuen Police Department patches have been made available for the public to purchase. For a minimum $10.00 donation, you can purchase one of our pink patches. Each donation of $10 or more will receive 1 exclusive Methuen Police Department pink patch. One patch per person is available. Donations over $10 are not eligible for more than one patch but are very much appreciated to support cancer care and research at Dana-Farber.
All proceeds from this fundraiser go directly to Dana Farber Cancer Institute to help find a cure for cancer and research to defeat this deadly disease.
Thank you to the Methuen Police Superior Officer’s Association and the Methuen Police Patrolman’s Association who have graciously paid for the cost of printing the patches.
This event supports the Jimmy Fund which raises money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Thank you for your support. Together, we can conquer cancer!
For questions regarding the Methuen Police Department’s Pink Patch Project, please contact Sgt. Derek Licata at 978-983-8724 or by email at the following: firstname.lastname@example.org