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Date(s) - Tuesday, December 3, 2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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George C. Forsythe Hospice House

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Join Good Shepherd Hospice in celebrating those we love during this special event.

The holiday season is a time of tradition, hope and joy. A time to say “thank you” for the gifts of family, friends and loved ones. A time to remember those who are no longer with us, treasuring the moments and memories that bring the most meaning to us.

Hospice has a unique understanding of loss, and for the past 12 years, Good Shepherd Hospice has maintained a tradition of peace and comfort for the holidays. Lights of Remembrance, our annual tree-lighting ceremony, honors the memory of the loved ones we have lost. Each light represents a special person and shines brightly as a symbol of love. Words of inspiration will also be shared to encourage feelings of hope.

The gifts we receive from Lights of Remembrance help ensure patients and families receive the care and comfort they need, whether pain relief medication, a volunteer to hold their hand, inpatient care at one of our hospice houses or bereavement support while the family heals.

As we look toward this holiday season, we recognize that you and others who share in our mission are the greatest gifts of all. If you purchased a light to honor love ones in the past, we thank you and hope you will continue this holiday tradition. If you are new to our hospice family, please consider this special gift
opportunity as you build new traditions. Wishing you peace and joy this holiday season.

Click here to donate online to the Good Shepherd Hospice Lights of Remembrance.

For every $25 gift, a symbolic light will shine in honor of a cherished loved one. All events are open to the public. All ceremonies are held outdoors, so please dress accordingly. Click here to register for a Good Shepherd Hospice Lights of Remembrance event.

Please contact the Chapters Health Foundation at 813-871-8444 or foundation@chaptershealth.org for more details.

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