Light up a life 2012
We would like to invite you to be part of our Light up a Life
Campaign by dedicating a light to someone you love.
A heartfelt commemoration
All it takes is a donation to Beaumond House Community Hospice to dedicate a glowing Christmas
light to that special person. And if your gift is for £5 or more, you will receive a remembrance lantern
with space for a personal message to keep and display. With a donation of £20 or more, as well as your
remembrance lantern, you will receive a beautiful star photo frame to hang on your Christmas Tree.
All names and dedications will be entered in our Book of Remembrance which will be on display at
Beaumond House from Sunday 2nd December until Twelfth Night.
What to do?
It couldn’t be easier; all you have to do is download and complete our ‘Light up a Life’ Light up a Life donation form. Return it to us with your donation and the name and message you’d like to be put in the
Book of Remembrance and you will be sent your lantern or beautiful star photo frame.
You can also hand
in your donation and dedication details at either of the two Beaumond House Community Hospice shops
at Newark and Southwell or into the hospice reception. Alternatively you can donate online at www.justgiving.com/BeaumondHouseLUAL2012
Light Switch on and Service
Your Light of Love will join the many others decorating the special trees lighting up Beaumond House Community Hospice this Christmas; you are welcome to join us and bring your lantern with you to
our light switch on and service on Sunday 2nd December, 4pm at Beaumond House– the gardens will be shining with many lanterns.
Our care and support is provided at no cost to the patient or their family. Every pound received by the Beaumond House Light up a Life Celebration is greatly appreciated and enables Beaumond House Community Hospice to continue being a lifeline for so many families in Newark and district.
- £5 pays for a patient’s lunch
- £20 pays for 1 hour of nursing care
- £80 pays for a day of day care for a patient
The Tree of life illuminated by Candle Bags
The Salvation Army band