Light up a Life and remember someone special
St Luke’s Combined Hospices’ invites you to join our annual Tree of Lights event where we will light up our tree in remembrance of those who have a special place in our hearts.
Tree of Lights Service
Date: 3 December 2017
Time: 17:00 – 21:00
Venue: St Luke’s Combined Hospices, 92 Harfield Road, Kenilworth
This special event is an opportunity for us to celebrate the memories of those who have passed and reflect on the special moments spent together with loved ones…
Our magnificent, five-storey high, Norfolk Pine is lit up every night over the holiday period, in celebration of life and in honour of those we love. Come and join us at our special tree lighting ceremony and remembrance service at St Luke’s Combined Hospices on 3 December.
Have a light that shines brightly in remembrance of a loved one.
The service is for anyone who wants to remember a loved one, regardless of whether or not they received care from St Luke’s or how long ago they passed. Please bring along friends and family, all are welcome to attend.
All funds raised through this campaign go directly towards helping St Luke’s Combined Hospices provide outstanding palliative care to those in need. Your donation will enable us to continue offering our invaluable care service to our community across the greater Cape area.
To support this campaign sponsor a light on our tree in remembrance of your loved ones.
The Star: R10 000
Sparkling light: R5000
Shining light: R1500
Shimmering light: R500
Single light: R100
Please email Leigh Goldschmidt or Dianne de Graaf at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 797 5335 for more details.
Tree of Lights Ceremony:
We ask that you please bring picnic blankets or picnic chairs to sit on the lawns under the tree. Food stalls, coffee and cold drinks will be available. You are also welcome to bring cooler bags and glasses for any other beverages.
Our program for the evening includes harpist Davina Mortlock, the Windworx Brass Quintet, the Cape Town Caledonian Pipe Band and singer Selim Kagee. There will be carol singing and candles will be for sale for R20 to switch on during the Absent Friends reading.
*Please note: this programme is subject to change.
Parking for the Tree of Lights Ceremony:
Please note that parking is limited and there is no parking for guests at St Luke’s Combined Hospices or on Harfield Road. Drivers can drop guests off at the entrance to St Luke’s or in front of Norfolk Place (next to St Luke’s Combined Hospice) which leads on up to the lawns where the tree is. The Norfolk Place entrance has a ramp for those who use walkers or wheelchairs. The Greenfield Road gate will also be open for pedestrians. Our staff will be on hand to direct people to available parking areas. Please be considerate of local residents and listen carefully to our staff for parking directions and assistance.
Parking has been organised on Kenilworth Road and opposite the Kenilworth station.
Here is a map which shows where parking will be available:
About St Luke’s
St Luke’s Combined Hospices is a non-profit organisation that has been committed to serving the needs of the community of the Greater Cape Town area for over 30 years. We provide a Palliative, nursing, care service for over 800 patients, with life-threatening illnesses, and their families.
Our work is supported by our 12 community hospices and our in-patient unit, in Kenilworth.
Palliative care improves the quality of life for our patients when it is no longer possible to add days to their lives.