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Scottsdale Police Department

The Scottsdale Police Department is in the east suburb of Phoenix, AZ  located in the "West's Most Western Town," Scottdale, AZ. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of about a quarter of a million residents covering over 185 square miles.
This is our departments inaugural year and we have raised over $4500.00 since joining the Pink Patch Project (we have only sold shoulder patches, but next year have plans to expand the concept to other merchandise).
We dedicated this year's fundraising to a local non-profit organization "Don't be a Chump, Check for a Lump." This organization provides much needed assistance to valley women in need who are fighting Breast Cancer. 
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Surprise Fire-Medical Department


The Pink Patch Project began as a collaborative effort between public safety agencies throughout the nation to raise public awareness and funds for Breast Cancer research and Treatment. 


In 2020, Surprise Police and Fire-Medical Departments will partner in participating in this national campaign by supporting the American Cancer Society. Our staff chose to support the American Cancer Society to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and treatment for ALL forms of cancer and to raise funds for cancer research, treatment, and public education because it has affected so many lives in our community. 
 


In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, members of the Surprise Police Department and Surprise Fire-Medical Department will wear pink patches and uniform shirts in an effort to raise awareness about cancer and to help find a cure. In addition, community members are welcome to purchase replica shoulder patches for $10 or lapel pins for $5 from both departments. Proceeds from the sales of these items benefit the American Cancer Society and the Pink Patch Project programs. 
 


Items will be available for purchase beginning October 1st. Please continue to monitor all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor) for information about dates and locations for sales. 


Members of the Surprise Police Department and Surprise Fire-Medical Department thank you for your continued support! 
Posted in Arizona

Surprise Police Department


The Pink Patch Project began as a collaborative effort between public safety agencies throughout the nation to raise public awareness and funds for Breast Cancer research and Treatment. 


In 2020, Surprise Police and Fire-Medical Departments will partner in participating in this national campaign by supporting the American Cancer Society. Our staff chose to support the American Cancer Society to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and treatment for ALL forms of cancer and to raise funds for cancer research, treatment, and public education because it has affected so many lives in our community. 
 


In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, members of the Surprise Police Department and Surprise Fire-Medical Department will wear pink patches and uniform shirts in an effort to raise awareness about cancer and to help find a cure. In addition, community members are welcome to purchase replica shoulder patches for $10 or lapel pins for $5 from both departments. Proceeds from the sales of these items benefit the American Cancer Society and the Pink Patch Project programs. 
 


Items will be available for purchase beginning October 1st. Please continue to monitor all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor) for information about dates and locations for sales. 


Members of the Surprise Police Department and Surprise Fire-Medical Department thank you for your continued support! 
Posted in Arizona
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Contact Information

The Pink Patch Project
C/O: El Segundo Police Department
348 Main Street
El Segundo, CA 90245 
info@pinkpatchproject.com