Pink Patch Project
The Atherton Police Department is proud to partner with The Bay Area Cancer Connection in the fight against breast cancer. Starting Thursday, September 21, 2017, the police department will be offering a limited edition police department shoulder patch for $10.00 each
Proceeds from each sale will be donated to The Bay Area Cancer Connection.
The purpose of the department's pink patch is intended to stimulate conversation with members of the community to encourage public awareness about the importance of early detection and the on-going fight against this horrible disease.
The Atherton Police Department, in connection with our community, can help support breast cancer research organizations, as they continue their tireless work towards ending their disease.
How To Purchase
Come to the Atherton Police Department Dispatch Counter at 83 Ashfield Road and purchase your patch from the lobby personnel. The price is $10.00 per patch, check is preferred. Please make checks payable to the Atherton POA.
We'll Be Wearing The Patch
In October, you'll see our officers wearing the same pink patches on their patrol uniforms. These are the same official patches you'll have the opportunity to purchase!
On behalf of Chief Steven McCulley and the men and women of the Atherton Police Department, we thank you for your generous support of this wonderful campaign