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The Duke Cancer Patient Support Program invites you to join us for
The Nancy Weaver Emerson 30th Annual Tree of Hope Ceremony
Thursday, December 3 at 6:30 p.m.
Broadcasted on Zoom


 

30th Annual Tree of Hope Celebration

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

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 darkness it is surrounded by.

The light in the uppermost branch of the Tree of Hope, the Light of Hope, recognizes individuals who work to support people through the challenges of cancer. This year, we will recognize our Healthcare Heroes. These individuals always provide unwavering compassionate care and have gone above and beyond to heal and protect our patients, their loved ones, and the community during the pandemic this year. 

To honor your Healthcare Hero, you may purchase a luminary. You also have the option to purchase a tribute card to make a gift in honor or memory of family members, friends, or caregivers.

Join Us for Our Virtual Tree of Hope Ceremony