Our team includes us, the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office (ACSO), Littleton Adventist Hospital (LAH), and you! When you buy these products, the money raised will pay for breast cancer and prostate cancer treatments for underserved patients at LAH. That means you'll be helping men and women in your own community fight cancer.
Please wear your blue items this September to let prostate cancer patients know we're in this fight together. Then wear your pink items in October to support breast cancer survivors. Get your challenge coins and law enforcement patches today!
In 2018, The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office teamed up with Littleton Adventist Hospital to make a difference in the fight against cancer. We are just one of several law enforcement agencies around the country taking part in the Pink Patch Project. The first year, we were able to donate $2,500 to the hospital. LAH uses the funds to provide screening, imaging and treatment to underserved patients fighting prostate and breast cancer in Colorado.
In July 2019, we added a blue patch, a blue pin, blue hats and blue challenge coins to let men struggling with prostate cancer know we're with them in the fight.
In August 2019, we partnered with The Denver Channel News 7 (ABC Denver) to help spread the word about how people can help indigent cancer patients at Littleton Adventist Hospital get treatments.
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Cancer fight focus of partnership 10.01.19
If you don't want to buy our products, you can still help by making a donation. Our 501(c)3 is 100% volunteer. That means every dollar goes to local men and women needing cancer treatments at Littleton Adventist Hospital. Thank you.