Lights of Love 2020

Lights of Love 2020

We know 2020 has brought difficult times for many in our community. Some of us have had our lives turned upside down by COVID-19, while others suffered illness or loss independent of the pandemic. Through it all, we hold dear the thought that there is light among the darkness—and this is what makes our annual Lights of Love campaign even more special this year.

For more than 20 years, our Lights of Love event has welcomed the holiday season with the lighting of the tall evergreens in front of the Hospital. We invited members of the Jackson and South Central Michigan community to sponsor a “light” in celebration or memory of a friend, family member, pet or other loved one. The names of those honored were displayed on a special scroll inside the Hospital lobby.

Although we are unable to host our in-person event this year, we have created this beautiful online scroll that will be shareable with friends and family through email or on social media.

Thank you for illuminating your love with a gift to remember someone you have lost, thank a friend who made a positive difference in your life, or simply brighten someone’s day.

Gifts to Lights of Love support Henry Ford Allegiance Hospice, which provides compassionate end-of-life care and emotional support for families in our community.

Thank you to our Lights of Love 2020 donors

Lights of Love Video

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