Atlantic Police Department

 
Atlantic is located in the South West corner of Iowa; centrally located between Omaha/Council Bluffs and Des Moines.  The Atlantic Police Department serves approximately 7,000 people and is comprised of a combination of full time and reserve Police Officers.  During normal years, our agency participates in several community outreach programs.  This is our first year participating with the Pink Patch Project and we are excited to help raise funds and create additional cancer awareness.  This year, donated funds will be dedicated to the Cass County, Iowa Relay for Life, benefiting the American Cancer Society.
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Iowa Motor Vehicle Enforcement

Iowa Motor Vehicle Enforcement is a state wide agency in charge of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement in Iowa through State Law and Federal Regulations.  The MVE Foundation was founded to help the people of our communities we live in through fundraising. The MVE Foundation is proud to be a part of the Pink Patch Project. This is our first year.  The proceeds from the sale of these patches will be donated to Susan G. Komen of Greater Iowa (KGI). Komen Greater Iowa provides funding and services to all 99 Iowa Counties. 
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Iowa State Patrol

The Iowa State Troopers Association is proud to announce our participation in the Pink Patch Project to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness! We will have two patches available to purchase on our website starting in September 2020. Each patch will be sold for $10. The proceeds from the sale of these patches will be donated to Susan G. Komen of Greater Iowa (KGI). Komen Greater Iowa provides funding and services to all 99 Iowa Counties. 
Please help support the Iowa Troopers in their fight to end Breast Cancer!
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Johnston Police Department

The Johnston Police Department is located 25 north of downtown Des Moines, Iowa. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of 22,000 residents. This is the first year the Johnston Police Department has sold the patches, but many officers have been personally affected as a family member has or is going through the treatment. 
The department has dedicated this year's fundraising to spread awareness and help with research, and hopefully a cure. 
 
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Marshalltown Police Department

The city of Marshalltown is a community 45 minutes from several metropolitan areas in central Iowa.  This is our department's inaugral year participating in the Pink Patch Project.  We have several officers who have been directly affected by breast cancer with family and friends being survivors.  We are excited to join in this venture to help raise awareness and funds to help find a cure.
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Polk County Sheriff's Office

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The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce that for the month of October, we will be showing our support for Breast Cancer Awareness with a new 2020 Breast Cancer Awareness patch.


In addition, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office is competing with metro law enforcement agencies to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Greater Iowa Foundation to help fund the fight against breast cancer. With your help we raised over $1600 last year. Help us be the top fundraiser this year by purchasing a 2020 PCSO Pink Patch for $10.


If you are interested in one of these patches, please contact the Community Relations Division at 515-323-5454 or communityrelations@polkcountyiowa.gov for more information.

 
 
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The Polk County Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement services throughout Polk County, Iowa. The Sheriff's Office is the responsible agency for unincorporated Polk County, the cities of Alleman, Bondurant, Elkhart, Grimes, Runnells, the U.S Army Corps of Engineers at Saylorville Lake and the Polk County Courthouse.
During the month of October 2019, The Polk County Sheriff's Office sold collectible Polk County "pink patches." All proceeds raised was presented this past November to the Susan G. Komen Foundation in Iowa. Sheriff Schneider stated, “We have had several employees’ fight this disease, and I think it’s important for our agency to show our support for the survivors and those who are still fighting.” Contributions from this fundraiser will be used locally to benefit the citizens of our community.
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Sioux City Police Department

The Sioux City Police Department is located in the northwest corner of Iowa at the intersection of Iowa South Dakota and Nebraska. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of 86,000+ residents .
The department routinely participates and No Shave November projects to fund local cancer initiatives. In 2019 the department decided to do a separate breast cancer fundraiser that would be run by female officers on the department.
Together with a pink badge project, officers will be raising money for a local charity of their choosing. But funds will be specially directed to breast cancer awareness and prevention. We have determined the recipient of funds from our project to be  all proceeds going to “Caps 4 Courage” this organization will provide a beautifully decorated gift box to the cancer survivor at their first radiation or chemotherapy treatment.  Included in the box will be an inspirational (unisex) style hat, a letter to the patient from another cancer survivor, a hand-painted stone and other items.   The patient will be able to select their cap color and the nurses will hand the gift box to the patient.   These boxes will also be made available for purchase by friends and families to order items and have them sent to cancer survivors anywhere.
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Warren County Sheriff's Office

Under the direction of Sheriff Vos, the Warren County Sheriff's Office is proud to be part of the Pink Patch Project.   All of the deputies will have the option of wearing the patches on their uniform for the month of October.  The sheriff's office will also be selling the patches at the sheriff's office for $10.000 each.   All proceeds will be donated to the Susan G Komen foundation in Iowa.    
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