LoveLine - A light for someone you love

     Each December, during Wake Forest Baptist Health – High Point Medical Center’s Hayworth Cancer Center’s highly anticipated LoveLine Event, patients, families, donors and community members take time to remember and celebrate those who have gone through a cancer diagnosis and treatment. Attendees remember all who have fought, those who are still fighting and those we still love but have since passed. It is an amazingly beautiful and hopeful event.

     This year, LoveLine will offer its attendees the opportunity to recognize those loved ones no longer with us through a Remembrance Ceremony as well as an opportunity for donors and community members to offer support and love for those undergoing treatment or having battled a previous diagnosis with a Celebration of Life Ceremony. Both events are open to the public and offer an inclusive environment to celebrate those who have been touched by cancer. There will be uplifting messages, musical selections and the traditional lighting of the tree. Guests are encouraged to stroll along the Hayworth Cancer Center parking lot and see signs for those who have generously supported the LoveLine Fund for the LoveLine event.

     The LoveLine Fund is supported through the generous donations of members of our community who understand the financial burden that a cancer diagnosis can create. The LoveLine Fund offers assistance with transportation to and from appointments, food cards to sustain healthy nutrition, and help with utilities and other essential needs. The everyday needs and expenses do not diminish during treatment and can add significant burden during an otherwise difficult time.

     Please plan to join High Point Medical Center and the Hayworth Cancer Center start on Tuesday, December 10 beginning at 5:30pm in Millis Regional Health Education Center for a Remembrance Ceremony, or at 6:15pm outside of Hayworth Cancer Center for a Celebration of Life Ceremony. Please also consider making a donation to support the LoveLine fund for 2019.