The Pink Patch Project is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease. The Pink Patch Project originated in Southern California and has now become an international initiative.
While our deputies will not be changing out the patches on their uniforms, they will be wearing the pink patches on uniform hats, ribbon pins, and our community will see the iconic pink ribbon on our patrol vehicles.
Additionally, our pink patch items are available for purchase, with net proceeds going to our fundraising partner, Littleton Adventist Hospital Breast Care Center.
The Littleton Adventist Hospital (LAH) Breast Care Center was chosen as our fundraising partner so that we could keep the funds we raised local. We embarked on a collaborative effort to raise awareness while raising funds for the Breast Care Center. Through this collaboration between the Sheriff’s Office, the Breast Care Center at LAH, and The Littleton Hospital Foundation, funds raised through the Pink Patch Project will serve and support our community by financially assisting the underserved and reducing the challenges in access to state of the art breast care screening, imaging, and treatment of breast cancer.
These are the various products that are available for purchase. Items can be purchased at the Littleton Adventist Hospital gift shop, 7700 S. Broadway, in Littleton.