Join the 2020 Gifts of Light!
October 6, 2020
The season has arrived where you can again give Gifts of Light to those who are spending time in the hospital over the holidays, and for those visiting them. Having the hospital grounds lit up with thousands of colorful lights sends a wonderful message of hope and healing during the holidays. The Little Red Trees are also back again, as a gift of beauty for our community during this festive season.
This year, more than ever before, we want to give that hope to patients at the hospital, and to our community. Not being able to have many visitors has been so difficult for folks in the hospital. And as a community we all could use a message of hope right now.
Your donation will contribute to future projects that will continue to improve healthcare in our region. Without substantial community contributions, these improvements would not come to fruition.
As a sponsor of the Pearl, Sapphire, Emerald and Diamond levels you will receive the following:
- Your name (or your loved one’s name) placed on a sign beside your tree. Larger sponsors will receive larger signs.
- Your name included on the list of Gifts of Light Sponsors on the Foundation’s website
- Your sponsorship acknowledged in The Carillon
- A charitable donation receipt issued for the entire amount of your contribution to The Bethesda Foundation.
Due to COVID-19 and the risks associated with mass gatherings, we will not be hosting a community tree lighting event this year. But as always, the hospital grounds will be lit up for the month of December!
Merry Christmas and a heartfelt thank you to all our 2021 Gifts of Light sponsors!
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