A local oil change station is selling pink wiper blades during the month of October to support breast cancer research, treatment and awareness.

Henley Enterprises, a franchisee of Valvoline Instant Oil Change, will donate a portion of wiper blade sales proceeds to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Now in its fifth year, the campaign has raised more than $55,000 for the foundation over the last four years.

“This campaign gives back to the communities in which we serve,” franchise CEO Don Smith said in a press release. “The pink wipers are a highly visible product that many Americans can rally behind. The blades allow individuals who have been affected or know someone affected by breast cancer to show their support.”

The Santa Monica service center is located at 1757 Lincoln Blvd. (between Pico and Olympic boulevards). Another service center is located east of Santa Monica at 11827 Santa Monica Blvd. (between Bundy Drive and Barrington Avenue).

The blades fit on most cars, trucks and SUVs that were manufactured after 2003.

— Daily Press Staff