Love Light

Love Light is an annual tradition that provides you the ability to show how much you care and make a difference for patients and families of Hospice of NGMC.

Since 1957, Hospice of NGMC has been delivering compassionate, high-quality care throughout the region. Committed to improving and supporting quality of life in all that we do, our Hospice team works diligently – every hour of every day, every day of the year.

“I’m grateful for hospice, and I never thought that I would say that at the beginning. But I am. I love my hospice team.”

Taleka Taylor
Mother of Zion Howell, Hospice of NGMC Patient

“A lot of people think Hospice does things to you, to pass you on. But they don’t. They took care of him. They helped me take care of him.”

Kathy Loggins
Wife of Kenneth Loggins, Hospice and In-Home Palliative Care Patient
Zion’s Story
Kenneth and Kathy’s Story
Don and Lucille’s Story

Give Today

This holiday season, give a Love Light in honor or memory of someone special. Your gift makes a difference for Hospice of NGMC by:

  • Providing personalized in-home and inpatient care, creating caring and hospitable environments
  • Building a free-standing Hospice House, offering around-the-clock professional care in a home-like setting
  • Helping children recover from loss with in-school services and free attendance at Camp Braveheart
  • Delivering meaningful complementary services like music, art, massage therapy, and much more. 

Your gift of a Love Light includes a recognition card sent to the recipient of your choice. While a touching gift for anyone, Love Lights are especially meaningful to family members still working through grief and loss.

Volunteer for Hospice of NGMC

Volunteering with Hospice of Northeast Georgia Medical Center means bringing joy and kindness to those living through some of the most difficult times. Volunteers visit hospice patients, assist hospice staff in the office and so much more.

About Love Light 2022
Ceremony took place at 7 PM on Dec. 8, 2022.

Download the 2022 Love Light songs

(arranged by Rhett Barnwell and Lori Hamrick, performed live by the Live Therapeutic musicians Robin Prechter and Lori Hamrick)

Silent Night
by Franz Gruber
(arranged by Chuck Beckman)