Yakima Steps To Breast Cancer With Coffee and Patches!
For the uninitiated, “Step To”, is a slang term meaning to take an aggressive stance before a confrontation AKA, fighting. As in, “You wanna step to me?!?”
Yes, Breast cancer, we do want to step to you.
Yakima is proof of that – we’re not just using words. We are all about action.
This week local businesses and organizations will do their part to raise money for ‘OHANA, Memorial's Mammography Center, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Fundraising efforts include, Yakima PD Commemorative patches, coffee as well as baked goods.
The Yakima Police Department is participating in the Pink Patch Project to raise money to fight against breast cancer. They created a pink patch specifically for Breast Cancer Awareness. Officers will be selling the pink patches for $10 each at the Yakima Police Department downtown at 200 S. 3rd Street, during normal business hours.
On the coffee side, The Human Bean on Summitview is REALLY stepping up. When you purchase your favorite beverage or pastry on Friday, they donate 100% of the proceeds locally to support for breast cancer patients.
They also have We also have pink ribbon breast cancer mugs and other merchandise available for purchase that you can buy to show your support of this great cause. Keep this in mind when grabbing your Friday morning coffee. Or lunch. Or mid-afternoon latte, or evening snack. 100% proceeds going to fight cancer is a good thing.
So help Yakima "Step To" Cancer. It’s a great way to round off Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
All My Best,