Real Men Wear Pink of Lynchburg Fundraiser
Sheriff Don Sloan and members of the Lynchburg Sheriff’s Office (LSO) reminds everyone that the month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
During the month of October, to show support for the American Cancer Society and breast cancer research, employees of the LSO will be wearing a specially issued pink Lynchburg Sheriff’s Office uniform patch and will also be wearing pink face masks.
Donations are now being accepted through the Lynchburg Sheriff's Real Men Wear Pink Page. Those who donate $50 or more using this link will receive a personal thank you card from Sheriff Sloan along with one of the specially issued pink uniform patches! Hurry, limited quantities available!
The Power of Pink + Commitment + Partnership = Success
The formula is simple…The Power of Pink empowered with individual commitment combined with the partnership of local leaders equals a success! Sheriff Sloan and the Lynchburg Sheriff’s Office, along with other local representatives from the Lynchburg community have joined to together to make a difference in the fight against cancer.
Past Pink Success
Success is achieved when communities come together to fight breast cancer, great things happen. In 2018, the Power of Pink raised more than 9.5 million. This may sound like a lot of money, but more is needed to achieve the final goal.
What is the goal?
The goal is to win the fight, and to live in a world without breast cancer!
How do I donate?
You can donate by clicking HERE:
The link will take you to the Lynchburg Sheriff’s Office sponsor page where you can donate. You may donate by credit card or by check.