Join us for the annual Angels of Light by purchasing a Tribute Angel on the Hospice Tree for Life.
The Hospice Tree for Life is a long-standing tradition of St. Tammany Hospital Hospice. Each year at the annual Angels of Light event, the Tree for Life is lighted in a beautiful holiday ceremony. In addition, the tree is decorated with Tribute Angels. Each Tribute Angel represents a special person, whether living or deceased, who is being honored or memorialized by a friend or family member. Every light on the Tree for Life symbolizes the extraordinary care and comfort that is provided to all hospice patients.
The 2016 Hospice Tree for Life is dedicated to the loving memory of
Camille & Don Casey by the Casey Family
Thursday, December 8
St. Tammany Parish Hospital Lobby
Featuring holiday music and harpist, Jessica Meltz
Tribute Gifts received by December 5 will be recognized at the event.
All Angels, including those purchased after the event, will be hung on the tree and will remain on display for the month of December. Angels may be picked up Monday - Friday, 10am-2pm, January 9 – 20, 2017 at Hospice of St. Tammany.
Tree for Life Dedication Sponsor
The 2016 Hospice Tree for Life is dedicated to the loving memory of Camille & Don Casey by the Casey Family
- $250 and up
Ceremony sponsors for Angels of Light receive special recognition in the event program, as well as a Tribute Angel on the Hospice Tree for Life to be dedicated to an individual or family of your choice. Each ceremony sponsor’s honoree will be specially recognized at the event.
To become a sponsor, please contact Melanie Byrd
at 985-898-4141 or download and print your sponsor dedication form
Proceeds from Angels of Light benefit St. Tammany Hospital Hospice. The St. Tammany Hospital Hospice program provides palliative and supportive care to terminally ill patients and their families in the home through an interdisciplinary team that addresses physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. Hospice unites a team of professionals, physicians, nurses, social workers, home health aides, clergy and trained volunteers into a compassionate alternative to traditional care. Hospice services are available to everyone, regardless of ability to pay.