Silver Anniversary “LIGHT-A-LIFE” Bell Benefits Hospice Buffalo Patients

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    

Buffalo, New York -- Hospice Buffalo’s Light-A-Life Bell and Memorial Tree Lighting Ceremony is a special opportunity to remember your loved one during the holidays. The annual Light-A-Life Bell has become a cherished collectible for many families who have lost a loved one. For the past 25 years, an artist in Ashville, North Carolina has been hand-crafting each delicate porcelain Bell, and volunteer “Bell Ladies” have been personally inscribing loved ones’ names inside.

With your gift of $55 or more, you will receive a personalized Bell, and your loved one’s name will be on a Tag-&-Bow on one of 3 huge evergreen trees, as well as a Plaque at CTG on Delaware Avenue for our Memorial Tree Lighting Ceremony on December 7th and throughout the holiday season.

The Light-A-Life Bell will serve as a wonderful remembrance for you or a thoughtful gift for someone you love. To receive your Bell for holiday delivery, please order by December 9th online at HospiceLightALife.com or call 716-686-8090. Or, stop by Hospice Buffalo during “Bell Days” on November 20th or December 18th -- have your Bell inscribed while you wait by our Bell Ladies.

Bell Days at Hospice Buffalo

Hospice Bell Ladies will be on-site to inscribe your Bell while-you-wait. Complimentary gift wrapping will also be available.
WHERE: Hospice Buffalo, 225 Como Park Blvd., Cheektowaga, NY
WHEN: Wednesday, November 20, 8 – 11 a.m. and 4 – 6 p.m.
Wednesday, December 18, 8 – 11 a.m. and 4 – 6 p.m.
NEW THIS YEAR – Evergreen Society Wreaths, decorated by Trillium's Courtyard Florist, (see attached) will be on display for order, or visit HospiceLightALife.com.

Credit card, cash & checks accepted.
Light-A-Life is presented by CTG; sponsored by Dual Print & Mail. 


Hospice Buffalo, a three-time Hospice Honors Elite award recipient and one of the largest hospice and palliative care programs in the nation, serves nearly 1,000 patients each day in homes, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and the Mary & Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Hospice Inpatient Unit in Cheektowaga. Hospice Buffalo helps patients make choices about their care, supports those who are grieving, and educates the professional and lay communities on end-of-life challenges.
Media Contact: Clarice Otminski
Director, Public Relations & Community Marketing
cotminski@palliativecare.org
716-989-2072 office | 716-512-9325 mobile

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