The San Diego Community College District Police Department is actively supporting
Breast Cancer Awareness month with The Pink Patch Project. This campaign, in collaboration
with other local law enforcement, is designed to raise public awareness and funding
for breast cancer research.
During the month of October, you can support the effort by purchasing a unique pink
shoulder patch for $10 ($5 for students). All proceeds directly benefit breast cancer
research and treatment at the City of Hope, a founding beneficiary.
To pick up a pink patch in support of this worthy cause, please visit the booth in
front of Mesa Commons every Tuesday and Thursday during the month of October. You
can also stop by the Mesa, Miramar or City College Police sub-stations during normal
business hours, Monday-Thursday from 7:00am to 8:00pm and Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
For more information, contact Officer Mark Green at 619-388-2749 or email@example.com.
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