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Maui Police & Fire Selling Go Pink! T-Shirts To Support Cancer Foundation

October 9, 2021, 5:17 PM HST
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The Maui Fire Department is in a friendly contest with the Maui Police Department to sell the most Go Pink! T-shirts to support the Pacific Cancer Foundation. Photo Courtesy: Pacific Cancer Foundation

The Maui Police Department and the Maui Fire Department have teamed up again in a friendly competition to raise funds and awareness for Maui’s cancer community.

Pink and blue T-shirts with the MPD and MFD logos are being sold, with each department trying to sell the most to benefit the Pacific Cancer Foundation, which provides free support services for cancer patients, survivors and their families.

Teani Kaluhikaua designed the winning logo for the police. Richelle Wakamatsu created the winning logo for the fire department.

Go Pink! shirts are now available for sale on amazon. You also can order them at the Pacific Cancer Foundation website at www.pacificcancerfoundation.org.  

The Maui Police Department is selling Go Pink! T-shirts to support the Pacific Cancer Foundation. Photo Courtesy: Pacific Cancer Foundation

Help Paint the Island Pink this October while supporting ohana battling cancer on Maui.

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Patient navigation, nutritional counseling, support groups, workshops and wellness class are provided at the Pacific Cancer Foundation’s office at Maui Memorial Medical Center, the Pacific Cancer Institute and the Cameron Center.

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More than 700 people will be diagnosed with cancer this year in Hawaiʻi. Cancer patients require assistance while they fight the fight. Insurance, transportation, advocacy, education, financial support and more are available free of charge. 

If you or someone you know needs assistance, contact the Pacific Cancer Foundation at 808-242-7661 or visit www.pacificcancerfoundation.org.

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