Sammamish Police Department

The Sammamish Police Department serves the Sammamish Community which is approximately 20 miles east of Seattle with a city population of approximately 75,000 residents.   2021 marks their first year in the Pink Patch program.  The Sammamish Police Foundation will create patches annually, themed on our many city parks.   The 2021 patch highlights Sammamish's newest city park Big Rock Central  which opened in 2021.  The patch features the Reard-Freed house a historic farmhouse that was refurbished by the city over multiple years.  There is also an elaborate treehouse in the park.   All proceeds from patch sales will support local cancer 501c3 organizations with focus on both breast and childhood cancers.
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Washougal Police Department

 
The Washougal Police Department is Washington's Gateway to the Columbia River Gorge. Our agency serves a population of 17,000 residents. 
This is our first year participating in the Pink Patch Project and we hope to raise funds and awareness for a cause that helps so many folks affected by breast cancer. 
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Yakima Police Department

The Yakima Police Department is located in sunny Central Washington.  Yakima leads the way to the Cascade Mountains and enjoys over 300 days of sunshine, all four seasons and exceptional recreational opportunities.  Serving a population of almost 100,000 the Yakima Police Department has a dedicated staff of approximately 200 employees, over 140 of whom are sworn officers. 
The Yakima Police Department is comprised of exceptional employees who have a strong desire to make a difference in the Yakima community.  The Department, along with the Yakima Police Patrolman's Association, have participated in a variety of fundraisers over the years; 2020 marks the first year of joining the official Pink Patch Project team in the fight against breast cancer.  We hope to expand the project in future years to help raise awareness to a variety of other causes.  
All of the money raised by this fundraiser will stay local and be donated to The Memorial Foundation's 'Ohana Mammography Center.
Our Pink Patches can be purchased with a donation of $10 per patch, and are available at the front counter of the Yakima Police Department (200 South 3rd St, Yakima, WA).  You may also send a check, or money order, made out to the Yakima Police Patrolman's Association (YPPA); please mail checks and/or money orders to the Yakima Police Department, Attn: Officer Meyers at:
Yakima Police Department
Attn: Officer Hailie Meyers
200 South 3rd Street
Yakima, WA 98901
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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