MCSO participates in Pink Patch campaign

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, law enforcement agencies from throughout the Central Valley gathered at the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center at Clovis Community Medical Center to officially kick off this year’s Pink Patch campaign.


Locally, MCSO joined the Madera County District Attorney’s Office and Madera County Probation at Fire Station 58 to recognize Madera County’s collaborative Pink Patch Campaign.


MCSO is proud to support this important cause for the 5th consecutive year. Last year, the combined sales of pink patches throughout the Central Valley raised $125,000 of donations for the Radin Breast Care Center to directly support Central Valley breast cancer patients.


MCSO pink patch swag is available at any of the stations, by calling our office at 675-7770, or emailing cavaldez@maderacounty.com


Pink patches for all participating agencies are available at http://www.valleypinkpatch.org/.