Hume LAC police think pink

Hume LAC acting superintendent Andrew Koutsoufis, Bradman Foundation's Rina Hore and Bowral Police Inspector John Klepczarek. Photo: The Hume LAC on Facebook
Hume LAC acting superintendent Andrew Koutsoufis, Bradman Foundation's Rina Hore and Bowral Police Inspector John Klepczarek. Photo: The Hume LAC on Facebook

The Hume Local Area Command was well-represented at Jane McGrath Day during the fifth Ashes Cricket Test at Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday.

More than 100 police across the NSW police force traded their blue hats for pink caps to raise money for the McGrath Foundation.

Each of the rostered officers gave up their salary for the day.

Hume LAC acting superintendent Andrew Koutsoufis said he was proud to support the cause, along with Bowral Police Inspector John Klepczarek.

“It’s a fantastic cause and a great opportunity to do something for the McGrath Foundation,” he said.

This will be donated toward the McGrath Foundation that raises money to assist thousands of people experiencing breast cancer.

It’s a fantastic cause and a great opportunity to do something for the McGrath Foundation.

Andrew Koutsoufis

The funds are used to place McGrath breast care nurses in communities across Australia who provide physical, psychological, and emotional support from the point of diagnosis, and throughout their treatment journey free of charge.

To learn more about the McGrath Foundation, or make a donation, please visit www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au.

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