Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Partners with Canopy for Breast Cancer Awareness
THE WOODLANDS, TX – On October 1, 2021, Breast Cancer Awareness Month began, and members of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and the community were able to show their support for survivors and fighters of this disease. deadly. Throughout the month of October, Sheriff Rand Henderson and the employees of the Sheriff’s Office proudly showed their love and support by wearing pink badges and new T-shirts. Each employee wearing a badge or pink t-shirt has purchased them and dedicated them to a family member, loved one or friend who has struggled or is currently battling breast cancer.
This year, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office selected Canopy – The Cancer Survivorship Center at Memorial Hermann in The Woodlands as the recipient of the donations. The branded products and fully promoted marketing services were also a partner in the design and supply of the t-shirts to the employees of the sheriff’s office. This year, through the sale of t-shirts to our staff and the support of Fully Promoted, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office presented a check for $ 1,886.04 to Canopy, where donations will be used for services. support, education and integrative medical services for those touched by cancer in Montgomery County and beyond.
Sheriff Rand Henderson said, “For some of our employees, the fight against breast cancer is personal. Whether it attacked them personally, their mother, grandmother, or another close family member or friend, we wanted them and our community to know that we are supporting The Pink! The most sincere thanks to all those who participated in raising awareness of this great cause. ”