BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS – The annual Massachusetts Pink Patch Project once again brought together a community of brothers and sisters to show their support for breast cancer awareness month. Police Departments from Western Mass all the way to the Coastline cities and towns came out to show their support.
This year’s annual photo, sponsored by Live Boston, was hosted in Charlestown at the U.S.S. Constitution National Park. Dating back to 2013 the Pink Patch Project has its origins across the entire United States, in California. In 2017, now-retired Massachusetts State Police Trooper Dustin Fitch brought the pink patch to Massachusetts. From there, they officially established the Massachusetts Pink Patch Project in 2020. Since then, the number of departments participating in the project has skyrocketed.
The Pink Patch project goes beyond just representing and showing awareness. Any funds raised by the project are directly donated to organizations that provide research or participate in charities across the state. These organizations are well known for providing essential funds for those who may be combating breast cancer. This event was a true success thanks to all of the partners across the entire state.
To view all the photos from the event, visit 617Images.com.