Hollis Police Pink Patch Project
The Hollis Police Department is pleased to announce that we will once again be participating in the Pink Patch Project, which will help raise money for Chemo Care Packages. We are pleased to partner with the PINK Revolution Breast Cancer Alliance, a not-for-profit organization, that creates care packages filled with goods. The care packages are provided to persons receiving chemo and/or radiation treatments for all types of cancer.
The Pink Patch Program started in 2015, when the Irwindale Police Department in California ran with the idea and sold their patches to the community, raising over $20,000.00 for one of the nation’s largest and most effective cancer centers, the City of Hope.
Chief Anthony Miranda took the idea to the Los Angeles Police Chiefs Association and 25 local agencies came on board.
Today, the program has expanded to several hundred partner agencies throughout the world and includes partners from police, sheriff, fire, EMS and federal departments worldwide.
HOW IT WORKS:
The Hollis Police Department will be selling our Police Patches, which are the color pink of course, for $10.00 per patch. Sales began October 12, 2022 and will continue until November 12, 2022, or until all patches have been sold. We are hopeful that all our patches will sell quickly, so please contact Administrative Assistant Karen Lawton at (603) 465-7637, or firstname.lastname@example.org, to get your patch or patches today. We ask that you please pay with cash for the patches. You can also pay for patches with a gas card valued at no less than $10.00.
All the proceeds from the patch sales will be provided to PINK Revolution, to be used to buy goods for the chemo care packages.
We THANK YOU for your continued support!