Pink Patch Project Funds Cancer Fight

School Safety officers in the Long Beach Unified School District are part of the 2016 Pink Patch Project to raise awareness about cancer prevention and to fund research, treatment and care of those who battle, or have battled, cancer.  The collaborative effort includes the Los Angeles County Police Chief’s Association and many other Los Angeles County police agencies.  Throughout the month of October, participating agencies will sell commemorative pink law enforcement patches with all profits going to the project.  During October, uniformed personnel will proudly wear their pink patches as a reminder of their dedication and commitment to the effort.

To purchase a commemorative LBUSD patch for $10, contact Officer Danny Coronel at dcoronel@lbschools.net or 997-8006.  Follow #PinkPatchProject on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.  Proceeds go to the Todd Cancer Institute at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center.

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