The PPP is important for Malibu Search and Rescue as a whole not only because it’s a great cause, but because two of our team members have lost their wives to breast cancer in the last four years and others have wives who are breast cancer survivors.
Malibu, CA (PRWEB) September 26, 2016
The Malibu Search and Rescue Team is proud to announce their 2016 partnership with the Pink Patch Project, a collaborative cancer awareness fundraiser in partnership with the Los Angeles County Police Chief’s Association and many other L.A. County Police Agencies.
The goal of this project is to raise funds to further the research, treatment, and care of those who are and have battled cancer. Equally important during this time is to educate the public as much as we can about the early detection and prevention. The collective effort of law enforcement throughout Los Angeles County during this endeavor is expected to yield a tremendous amount of support from many in the communities that we so proudly serve.
Malibu Search and Rescue is the only SAR team participating in the program of 50+ agencies and organizations.
We have chosen to support the City of Hope in Duarte, California. City of Hope is nationally recognized for cancer research, treatment and care.
“The Pink Patch Project is important for Malibu Search and Rescue as a whole not only because it’s a great cause, but because two of our team members have lost their wives to breast cancer in the last four years and others have wives who are breast cancer survivors,” said David Katz, Malibu SAR’s Team Leader, and one of the team members who lost his wife.
Between now and through the month of October, participating police agencies will sell their commemorative collectors patches with all profits going to cancer treatment, research and education.
The commemorative Pink Malibu Search and Rescue patch and sticker can be purchased at http://www.malibusar.org/pinkpatch.aspx or by emailing us at store[at]malibusar.org
For more information on the #PinkPatchProject, visit http://www.pinkpatchproject.com
Malibu Search and Rescue #PinkPatchProject Contact:
Steve Marshall, Malibu Search and Rescue