LoveLine Celebrates 26 Years of Giving
Each year, High Point Medical Center invites those who have lost a loved one to cancer, cancer survivors, families and the community to join cancer center staff for a Service of Remembrance and Hope. This ceremony recognizes all whose lives have been touched by cancer. Following a candlelight ceremony, attendees join together to light the LoveLine Tree of Life on the front lawn of the Hayworth Cancer Center and enjoy a brief reception in the Hayworth Cancer Center.
This year’s 26th annual LoveLine Ceremony will be Thursday, December 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the Hayworth Cancer Center.
For each $10 gift, donors can illuminate a light on the LoveLine Tree of Life in honor, or in memory, of a loved one. For gifts of $1,000 or more, donors receive recognition in the LoveLine Tree-Lighting Ceremony, custom signage on the front lawn of the Cancer Center during the month of December and an engraved leaf with both donor and honoree names on the LoveLine Tree of Life wall in the Cancer Center Family Room for one year.
The LoveLine Cancer Support Program at High Point Medical Center provides financial assistance to our cancer patients to meet those short-term critical needs that are not covered by other resources. LoveLine funds may be used to assist with medication, medical supplies, housing, nutrition and other approved expenses.
Gifts for the ceremony are now being accepted and will continue thru December 31. To make a donation, please contact Garet Beane in the Foundation at (336) 878-6292 or visit GivetoHighPointRegional.com