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Tree of Hope

 

As the season of goodwill approaches, the night sky will once again glow with light from the Tree of Hope at Duke Cancer Center.

 

The Tree of Hope honors and remembers loved ones, patients, staff, family, and friends whose lives have been touched by cancer. The lights on these beautiful trees represent and illuminate HOPE that outshines the surrounding darkness.

On Thursday, December 1, we invite you to hear a shared message of hope from patients and their families, and from the staff who provide unwavering compassionate care throughout the challenges of cancer.

Our in-person event at Duke Cancer Center will begin at 6:00 p.m. For the first time ever, there is an option to join the live event virtually. Click RSVP for more information and to register.

You can purchase luminaries or tribute cards in honor or memory of loved ones, patients, staff, family, and friends. The electric luminary installation will begin on November 7. They will remain lit around the Tree of Hope at the Duke Cancer Center’s Garden of Tranquility through December 31. After your purchase, we will place the name of your honoree on the luminary.

 

All proceeds benefit the Duke Cancer Patient Support Program and will help us to continue our mission of providing support services to patients and their families at no cost.