The Pink Patch Project is a charity campaign to raise cancer awareness by Law Enforcement agencies nationwide. Last year, the Rosemount Police Department became the first law enforcement agency in Minnesota to join the Pink Patch Project.
Beginning October 1, 2018, uniformed Rosemount Police Officers will be wearing pink patches on their uniforms in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in an effort to raise money for cancer awareness. The Department has again partnered with the American Cancer Society and will be accepting donations for cancer research throughout the month. Last year, nearly $3,700 was raised and donated.
This year, Pink Patch Challenge Coins will be sold along with the Pink Patches.
Patches - $10 (each+applicable s/h fees)
Challenge Coins - $15 (each+applicable s/h fees)
Shipping and Handling Fees:
One to three patches - $2
One coin - $4
Multiple/mixed items - $5 (unless over 13 oz, then $7)
If paying by PayPal, use RPDPinkPatch@gmail.com and choose the Send to a Friend option.
If paying by Venmo, use @Rosemount-Police .
For both methods, please include a message with the number of items being purchased, the exact amount including shipping and the address the items should be sent to.
Cash or checks made out to the "American Cancer Society" are also welcome. Please send those payments to:
Rosemount Police Department
2875 145th Street West
Rosemount, MN 55068
The Pink Patches as sold to the public will hold no police authority and are meant to be used as a collectible item only. The Rosemount Police Department has the discretion to limit the number of patches purchased.
Proceeds will be presented to the American Cancer Society at the end of the month-long charity campaign. Please join the Rosemount Police Department and the American Cancer Society in the fight against cancer.