Wareham Police Dept. launches 2017 Pink Patch Project to support Southcoast Breast Health Center
The Wareham Police Department is proud to announce the official launch of the 2017 Pink Patch Project during the month of October. The patches will be available beginning October 1st for a donation of $10 (checks/money orders only – payable to “Wareham Police Pink Patch Project”).
The Wareham Police Department is supporting the Southcoast Breast Health Center headquartered in Dartmouth, MA, which provides breast cancer diagnostics, treatment, and preventive care with a collaborative team approach throughout the southcoast area, including Wareham.
The special pink patch has been specially designed for the #PinkPatchProject campaign, and is intended to encourage conversation and public awareness within the community about the importance of early detection of breast cancer and the ongoing fight against this devastating disease.
WPD pink patches can be picked up at the Records Dept. window at Wareham PD, or via mail by sending payment with a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
Wareham Police Department
Attn. Officer Karl Baptiste
2515 Cranberry Hwy.
Wareham, MA 02571
Patches will be available until supply lasts, or until the end of October 2017)