Love Light 2022

This holiday season, give a gift that matters – give a Love Light in honor or memory of someone special. This annual tradition provides you the ability to show how much you care and make a difference for patients and families of Hospice of Northeast Georgia Medical Center (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.

Tune in for the virtual Northeast Georgia Health System’s Love Light Remembrance Ceremony and Tree Lighting as we honor the memory of loved ones and hear how Hospice of NGMC helped families across the region this year.

December 8, 2022
7:00 PM

Community members are welcome to enjoy viewing the Love Light Trees this holiday season at the following locations:

  • NGMC Gainesville (North Tower Entrance) and Wilshire Wonderland of Lights, Wilshire Park Trails
  • NGMC Braselton Love Light Garden
  • NGMC Barrow (main entrance)
  • NGMC Lumpkin (main entrance) and Hancock Park, Downtown Dahlonega

Love Light 2022 Premiere Video

Video goes live at 7 PM on Dec. 8, 2022.

Watch last year’s virtual event:

Download the 2022 Love Light songs below.

Greensleeves
(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)

About Hospice of NGMC

Through in-home and inpatient care, Hospice of NGMC helps families in our region spend their precious time together. Hospice of NGMC impacts one of life’s most sacred moments.

Thanks to a transformational gift donated by two community members, Chuck and Diane Stephens, Northeast Georgia Health System will soon have its own facility to compassionately care for patients (and their families) entering their last phase of life.

“Everybody thinks that hospice care is about the patient. People don’t realize it’s about more than the patient. It’s about family.”

Diane Stephens

What a blessing it will be to offer around-the-clock-care in a home-like environment with trained hospice caregivers and complementary therapies to ease the burdens that come with this phase of life. Generations to come will forever be changed because of Chuck and Diane’s generosity.

With the Stephens’ legacy comes a call to action to you and our community. We need to raise an additional $5 million in order to break ground on the hospice house. Join us today by giving a Love Light in honor or memory of a loved one!

Make a Donation

This Love Light season, join us by donating to Hospice of NGMC in honor or memory of a loved one: