The Clark University Police Department’s goal is to help create an exceptionally safe, secure campus for students and faculty to focus intently on excellent academics, research and public service.
2019 Will be CUPD's first year involved with the Pink Patch Project, our goal this year is to donate the sale of patches to Dana Farber in Boston, MA.
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The Hardwick Police Dept is a small town in central Massachusetts.   We serve two community's - the Towns of Hardwick and New Braintree with a combined population of about 5,000.  
We donate all our funds to Pink Revolution in Worcester based out of UMass Hospital.   Last year our small department raised $1,000.00 for them.  
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The Holyoke Police Department is located in western Massachusetts and is the "Birthplace of Volleyball". 
To receive a pink patch, stop by front window at Holyoke Police Headquarters or send $10 per patch, and a self-addressed stamped envelope to Holyoke Police Department 138 Appleton St. Holyoke, MA 01040 attention “Patch Project - Sgt. Joniec”. (If writing check make out to: Sgt. Jeff Joniec)
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Please contact Sgt. Jeff Joniec at sgt.joniec@holyokepd.org  with any questions.
 
We have dedicated this year's fundraising to Rays of Hope. 
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The Quincy Police Department is one of Boston's immediate southern suburbs. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of roughly 100,000 making it the eighth largest city in the state of Massachusetts. Known as the City of Presidents, Quincy is the birthplace of two U.S. presidents - John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams - as well as John Hancock, a President of the Continental Congress and the first signer of the Declaration of Independence. The Quincy Police Department was one of the first agencies in Massachusetts to join the Pink Patch Project and has raised over $20,000 which has been donated to various non-profit orngaizations that assist in cancer treatment, research, and/or education.
 
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