Warner Robins Police wear pink patches as part of a national campaign

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Warner Robins Police are sporting the color pink as part of their uniforms.

This is the second year for the police department to take part in the “Pink Patch Project.”
The campaign supports the fight against breast cancer and aims to raise awareness.

“Which is a national initiative out of Los Angeles, California. What it is, we raise money for breast cancer awareness and then we donate that money at the end of the month to a local charity,” WRPD PIO Jennifer Parson said.

The money collected for the “Pink Patch Project” will go to the Georgia Cancer Friends Foundation in Warner Robins.  It helps families going through cancer by offering financial and emotional support.

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