Berlin Police Department

The Berlin Police Department is no stranger to the fight against breast cancer as we have pink warriors amongst our members, families and friends. Located in the geographic center of Connecticut, we are pleased to join the Pink Patch Project in 2020 and raise money for Connecticut based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization After the Storm, Inc.  After The Storm, Inc. is a non-profit foundation whose mission is to assist cancer survivors heal from the aftermath of their diagnosis and treatments and help restore balance to their lives. Proceeds will benefit integrative medicine programs that help cancer patients heal their mind, body and spirit.
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Norwalk Police Department

The Norwalk Police Department and the Norwalk Police Benevolent Association have teamed up to bring the Pink Patch Project to Norwalk. The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative effort among law enforcement agencies to combat breast cancer.
The Norwalk Police Department, the Norwalk Police Benevolent Association and the Norwalk Hospital Smilow Family Breast Health Center will partner during the month of October to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research and treatment. During the month of October, members of the Norwalk Police Department will be wearing Pink Patches on their uniforms to help raise awareness.
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Norwich Police Department

The Norwich Police Department and the Norwich Police Benevolent Association are joining the Pink Patch Project as a fundraiser for Lt. Julia Gallup of the New Britain Police Department. Lt. Julia Gallup was diagnosed with breast cancer in May 2018. She has undergone chemotherapy and a double mastectomy. Currently she is undergoing reconstructive surgery and has other out of pocket medical expenses related to her breast cancer treatment. Lt. Julia Gallup has continued to work and serve her community during her cancer treatment with the continued support of her Department. Lt. Gallup is a fighter and an inspiration. Let's come together to support her. 
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Plainville Police Department

The Plainville Police Department is located in central Connecticut, about 20 minutes west from the capital city of Hartford. There are 39 officers that serves a town about 9 square miles with approximately 17,000 residents. The department has raised about $2,500 dollars by selling the pink variation of their department patch. This has been done by people who walk into the department to make the purchase. All proceeds go to the Hartford Healthcare Cancer Institute at the Hospital of Central Connecticut-Plainville. 
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Town of Groton Police Department

The Town of Groton is located in Southeastern CT.  We are a department of 70 sworn officers, serving a community of approximately 40,000 residents covering 38 square miles.  We have a strong focus in community policing and strive to cultivate positive relationships with our community.
This is our first year participating in the PINK PATCH PROJECT.  We are dedicating our fundraising campaign to our Emergency Communications Dispatcher, Bobbette Clapsadle, who is in 7 years of "No Evidence of Disease" (NED)!  All proceeds will be donated to The Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation (https://www.tbbcf.org/).
 
 
 
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Wallingford Police Department

The Wallingford Police Department  supports Breast Cancer Awareness. During the month of October, uniformed officers proudly wear the Agency's pink patches and in the past, have detailed a pink police cruiser in further support of that effort; A fundraiser was established with 100% of the donations given to The Sisters Project, a local 501(c)(3) charitable organization committed to teh support of patients and their families whom are experience hardship due to cancer.
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