Elite Supports Cancer Awareness with London’s Pub
(Photo: Certa Pro Painters company photo supporting Breast Cancer awareness using Elite’s pink reach forklift as the backdrop.)
On October 8th Elite was proud to join London’s Pub in a celebration and fundraiser for two great cancer awareness organizations: Pink Patch Project and Pink Journey Foundation.
London’s Pub in Artisia, is owned by Raj and Tina Patel. Tina Patel is a 10 year cancer survivor. LA Sheriff Villanueva came out to recognize Tina and support the cause.
The Pink Patch Project was started in 2013 with the Seal Beach Police Department in Southern California who wore pink patches on their uniforms during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Today, the program has expanded to several hundred partner agencies worldwide and includes partners from police, sheriff, fire, EMS and federal departments worldwide. (Click Logo to learn more)
Pink Journey Foundation is an organization committed to providing a thorough education about breast cancer. The Pink Journey Foundation wants to eliminate the confusion around breast cancer, and encourage younger people to perform exams, have routine screenings, and facilitate early detection to save lives. (Click Logo to learn more)