Officers with the Plainfield Police Department are pink to their daily blues during October to raise awareness for breast cancer.
For the first time, the department will host a Beat Breast Cancer drive-thru breakfast to raise money for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Coffee, donuts and swag bags full of goodies will be available for cash donations.
“This is the first time we’ve done this event and It’s a way for us to give back to the at community and do something positive,” said Plainfield Police Deputy Chief Kyle Prewitt.
“The officers are really excited about it.”
Throughout October, Plainfield Police are also selling pink #CuffCancer magnets for $5 with proceeds going towards the cause.
“The vast majority of us have family and friends who have been impacted by breast cancer and this is a chance for us to help.”
If you go:
Beat Breast Cancer Drive-Thru Breakfast
Plainfield Police Department