Coral Springs Police Department

The Coral Springs Police Department is located 20 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of over 120,000 residents covering 25 square miles.
The department has raised over $5,000.00 since joining the Pink Patch Project two years ago.
100% of profits will be donated to the Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Fund. The mission of LBBCF is to provide funding for care, screenings, and treatments that may not be financially attainable to those in our local community.
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Florida Fish And Wildlife

The Division of Law Enforcement represents a large part of the agency's personnel, with over 1,000 employees, over 800 of whom are sworn officers. In 2012, under direction of the Florida Legislature and Governor Scott, the FWC Division of Law Enforcement was combined with the Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Law Enforcement and parts of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement, including the officers assigned to patrol state forests and the investigator responsible for commercial aquaculture violations.
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Leon County Sheriff's Office

The Leon County Sheriff's Office serves 290,000 Citizens of Leon County and Tallahassee, Florida. 
The Leon County Sheriff's Office supports Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Leon and the American Cancer Society.  In 2017 and 2018 we raised approximately $35,000 in the fight against cancer.
We sell Pink Patches for $10 each and donate the proceeds to the American Cancer Society.
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Miami-Dade Police Department

 #MDPD has joined the Pink Patch Project in support of American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. This project is a collaborative effort between several public safety agencies to combat #BreastCancer by raising public awareness and to raise funds for breast cancer research and treatment. #PinkPatchProject
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Volusia Sheriff's Office

The Volusia Sheriff's Office covers more than 1200 square miles in Central Florida and serves nearly 500,000 residents.  This is our third consecutive year participating in the Pink Patch Project.  
This years proceeds will benefit Ribbon Riders of Central Florida, a not for profit group who provide financial, emotional and physical support for those fighting Breast Cancer.ho provide direct financial, emotional and physical support to those fighting breast cancer.
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