Beyond the Badge

VSP staff unite for breast cancer awareness

Valley State Prison (VSP) staff showing pink patches and pink accessories.
VSP staff wear pink to show their support in the fight against breast cancer.

In a display of solidarity, Valley State Prison (VSP) employees united to support breast cancer awareness by donning pink patches, badges, scrubs, shirts, and ties.

This inspiring initiative not only underscores the compassion and camaraderie among prison staff but also highlights the significance of raising awareness about breast cancer.

Around the world, millions of people and their families are affected by breast cancer.

By embracing the pink theme, VSP staff are making a powerful statement about the importance of early detection, support, and research for this disease.

The gesture demonstrates that breast cancer awareness transcends boundaries, uniting people from all walks of life. VSP’s commitment to this cause serves as a reminder that collective efforts can bring about positive change, even in the most unlikely places.

By wearing pink, VSP employees are fostering a sense of shared community and responsibility to fight breast cancer.

Submitted by Lt. H. Gastelum, AA/PIO
Valley State Prison

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