Lights of Love 2023

As the festive season approaches, you may find you are missing a cherished family member or friend.  Someone who has meant so much to you in life, who you will forever hold dear in your heart.

Remember your loved ones this Christmas and come together with your friends, family and other members of our community at our Lights of Love Service.

One of the ways you can remember the life of someone special is to dedicate a light in their memory on our Christmas tree at the hospice.

Online donations have now been closed to enable us to prepare the presentation, this will be switched back on Monday 11th December in the morning.  Donations can still be made by phone or in person at the hospice and on the day of the event.  Any dedications afer 5pm on Wednesday 06th December will still appear in the main Dedication book produced in the new year but will not be included in the presentation at the event.  If you would not like your loved ones name to appear in the book of dedication please do let us know.

With dedication, we ask that you please donate to our hospice to help ensure we can continue providing the amazing care to families in our local community when they need it most both now and in the future.

 

 

Your generous donation in memory of your loved one will help families like Emma's whose husband, Jack was cared for by the hospice.

Jack Woodbridge was just 31 years old when he was diagnosed with late-stage stomach cancer. Overnight life turned upside down for Jack, his wife Emma and their young daughter Niamh – but the team at Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice provided much-needed care for the whole family at an incredibly difficult time. Emma is now supporting the hospice’s Lights of Love campaign.

Our Lights of Love service will be taking place at the Hospice on Sunday 10th December at 5.30pm.

The service is being recorded on the day and will be available to view online from 17th December. You can watch the service with family and friends on our YouTube channel.

The service is for everyone, not just people whose loved ones were cared for by the Hospice. Please do share with friends and family.

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