Mount Olive PD Wear Pink Patch for Breast Cancer

As we all know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and while many support the cause with pink ribbons, the Mount Olive Police Department are wearing pink patches. These pink patches support the nationwide #PinkPatchProject.

This #PinkPatchProject started off as a small campaign, but now public safety officers all over the country are participating in the fight against breast cancer with variations of a pink patch.

While the Mount Olive Township Police have been wearing their patches in support of the cause, they will be displaying a pink decal on their patrol cars. The decal was made by The Graphix Spot in Budd Lake.

Mount Olive PD and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 122 are selling a version of the pink patch along with holiday ornaments and keychains. Each item is being sold for $10 and can be purchased at Mount Olive Police Headquarters, 204 Flanders Drakestown Road, Budd Lake.

All proceeds will help fund research, treatment and education on curing breast cancer.

To learn more about the Pink Patch Project and to see other department patches, click here or visit the project Facebook page here!

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