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Pink Patch Project around the city

Posted at 7:24 AM, Oct 11, 2019

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Local businesses will be going pink during the month to bring attention to breast cancer.

Papillion Sanitation says its garbage collectors will be wearing pink "Trash Cancer" shirts on their routes.

This is just one of several efforts featuring pink around the area. More than two dozen law enforcement agencies are participating in the Pink Patch project and selling pink patches all month.

Thursday night, Bellevue police tweeted out a picture of it's officers all wearing the pink patch.

All of the money raised will help pay for breast cancer research and treatment. You can help the cause and purchase your own pink gear by clicking here.