(WHDH) — Massachusetts State Police is asking the public to pitch in as the Massachusetts State Police Musem & Learning Center sells pink patches as part of a Breast Cancer Awareness Month fundraiser for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
The patches are available at the learning center’s gift shop Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The @MSPMLC is selling pink patches. Proceeds help fight cancer through the museum’s donation to @DanaFarber. You can visit the museum tomorrow or go online to get yours. Thank you to all who support this great cause. https://t.co/bk6pEVXh1c
— Mass State Police (@MassStatePolice) October 24, 2020
Help us maximize our donation to @DanaFarber to wrap up Breast Cancer Awareness month. Our new Pink Patches are available at the MSPMLC Gift Shop today and tomorrow from 11am-4pm. Stop by and take a tour! Or get one at https://t.co/anwuwU5VNU pic.twitter.com/fFOqNezGFX
— Mass State Police Museum & Learning Ctr (@MSPMLC) October 24, 2020
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