Hospice Tree of Lights
Oct 31, 2017 02:44PM
Brighten the Sky by Honoring the Life of Someone you Love
The Hospice Tree of Lights ceremonies have provided a way for families and friends to honor their loved ones. People who attend a ceremony find solace in the symbolism of an illuminated light as the names of their loved ones are read. These ceremonies help raise the funds necessary to provide care to everyone who needs it.
By dedicating a memorial light for a minimum of $30 or becoming a tree donor, you can memorialize a loved one who has passed or honor someone who is living while directly supporting Hospice of the East Bay.
Lights dedicated by gifts of at least $30 will provide the option to memorialize/honor loved ones in the book of names and have their name(s) read at the tree lighting ceremony of choice.
Please purchase your Memorial Light at least 7 days in advance of the event you wish to attend to ensure your loved one's name is read. Puchase online at https://hospicee.ejoinme.org. To ensure that more of your gift goes towards patients and programs, Hospice will not be mailing acknowledgments via the post office. The notification you receive as an email will serve as your receipt and acknowledgement.
Photo by Susan Wood Photography
2017 Tree of Lights Schedule
Martinez Tree: Saturday, November 4, 5pm, Morello Avenue, north of Arnold Drive
Pleasant Hill Tree: Thursday, November 16, 6:30pm,Gregory Lane, near Cleaveland
Walnut Creek Tree: Wednesday, December 6, 6pm, John Muir Medical Center, Main Entrance, Ygnacio Valley Road
Concord & Clayton Tree: Tuesday, December 19, 5pm, John Muir
Medical Center Parking Lot, East Street & Almond Avenue, Concord