As darkness approaches, the light from 10,000 candles begins to glow. At that moment, the U.S. Capitol reflecting pool becomes more than a national landmark.
It’s now a memorial and a celebration, all at the same time. Each flicker of light — a Light of Hope — is honoring someone whose life has been touched by cancer.
On September 10, thousands of cancer advocates will gather in Washington, DC for a special ceremony. And we want you and your loved ones to be represented too.
For a contribution of just $10, you can dedicate a Light of Hope to someone you love. Their name will be placed on a Lights of Hope luminary and displayed around the Reflecting Pool.
Then, the night of the ceremony, we’ll email you an exclusive picture of this emotional event.
For some, the ceremony is a celebration of survivorship. But, for far too many, it’s…
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