Pink Patch Project
The Buena Park Police Department and the Buena Park Police Association have proudly joined the Pink Patch Project! The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative effort of various law enforcement agencies to assist in combatting breast cancer. This campaign raises money for research, treatment and education needed to help find a cure for breast cancer. Under the leadership of Police Officer, David Pantoja, our agency has partnered with St. Jude's Breast Cancer Center, and 100% of the proceeds raised from our Pink Patch sales will be donated to St. Jude's. Their breast center performs over 30,000 mammograms annually and will be utilizing the proceeds to procure the latest state-of-the-art technology to assist in early detection, effective treatment, and further enable their doctors to deliver the best care possible right here in our own community.
The Pink Patches, which will be worn by Buena Park Police Officers during the month of October, are also being sold to the public for $10 each. Buena Park Police Department Pink Patches can be purchased by either visiting the front lobby of the Buena Park Police Department, or by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
Buena Park Police Department - Pink Patch Project
6640 Beach Boulevard
Buena Park, California 90621
Checks should be made payable to the Buena Park Police Association.
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