Albemarle Police Department

The Albemarle Police Department has been participating in the No-Shave November for the past several years. This year, we decided to die our patches pink and allow officers to wear them for September (Ped Cancer), October (Breast Cancer), and November (No-Shave). Officers donated $35.00 to our police organization, and in December, we will take all the money collected and send to Hospice of Stanly County. Hospice will have a big article in the paper and a huge check for the amount we donate. Being the first year, we did not sell any of our patches to help raise money, but we can look into this for next year. What we have done so far, is this enough to get us in the Pink Patch Project nationwide?
In 2020, we decided to die our patches pink and have our officers give a donation to a local organization that deals with cancer patients.
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Kinston Police Department

The Kinston Police Department is located 80 miles east of Raleigh and is located in the Atlantic coastal plain region of North Carolina. The department provides law enforcement services for a population of 22,000 residents covering 18 square miles.
The department is new to the pink patch project and is hoping to raise over $1,000 in its first year.   All of the money raised will be donated to the breast cancer research foundation of UNC Lenoir. 
 
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UNC Charlotte Police

The UNC Charlotte Police Department is a fully sworn and authorized state agency made up of 54 dedicated officers and command staff. UNC Charlotte has the second largest enrollment in the state system at just over 30,000. This is the first year our agency has ventured into the Pink Patch Project. Our department designed and wore pink badges as a show of support by all those affected by, know someone who is fighting, or those who have lost someone to this deadly disease. This year the department worked with The Emblem Authority to design a stunning pink version of our current shoulder patch. As a trial the department produced and sold out all 100 patches. This years donation of $1000 will be going to Pink House Charlotte (Carolina Breast Friends), a local organization that assists those affected by breast cancer. In future years, the department will re-create pink versions, of previous styles of department worn shoulder patches, to continue to help those in need.   
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Weaverville Police Department

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The Weaverville Police Department proudly serves the growing and changing needs for the Town of Weaverville. Located just 9 miles north of Asheville, Weaverville still gives visitors the small-town feel with a variety of great local businesses, quaint neighborhoods, and community officers who know the citizens of their town. The Weaverville Police Department has participated in the Pink Patch Project since its first year and donates all money raised to The Hope Chest For Women. The Hope Chest has assisted hundreds of women in Western North Carolina with prescriptions, medical bills, gas assistance, lymphedema garments, and other expenses due to the cost of their cancer treatment. 
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Youngsville Police Department

The Youngsville Police Department is excited to announce our participation in the #PinkPatchProject. We will be joining over 390 law enforcement agencies across North America for this challenge. The Pink Patch Project is a public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this disease.
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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