SACRAMENTO – The Association of Special Agents-Department of Justice (ASA-DOJ) Board of Directors is proud to announce, that this October, its members and supporters will join more than 190 public safety agencies across the country that have partnered with the Pink Patch Project. The Pink Patch Project is a national movement to raise awareness and money to help in the fight against breast cancer.
“This is ASA-DOJ’s first go-around with the pink patch and we’re proud to say we are selling the patches at a rate that has pleasantly surprised us,” said ASA-DOJ President Brad Ehrman. “It’s a fantastic way for all of us at DOJ to show we care and that we are willing to take the extra steps to raise and donate money to help in the fight against a cancer that affects our moms, our wives, our sisters, our daughters, our aunts, our nieces. We want to be a part of the support and cure.”
ASA-DOJ directors will choose a charity in Northern and Southern California that is associated with the fight against breast cancer to donate its proceeds to.
“Because this is our first year, we are selling the patches to DOJ employees only for the time being,” said Ehrman. “Thank you to all who have already purchased a patch! We appreciate your enthusiasm and support!”