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Celebrate someone you hold close to your heart by making a gift to Hospice in their name.

Commemorative Bricks

Celebrate someone important to you with an everlasting commemorative brick to be placed along the Heart of Hospice path. Names of loved ones and esteemed businesses form a peaceful path, winding through the beautiful Hospice of Humboldt campus. With your donation to Hospice, a brick will be engraved to your specifications.

Deadline: December 31st

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Heartfelt Light Catchers

With your donation, receive an approximately 3 1/2” ready-to-hang, hand-blown glass keepsake. This beautiful adornment was crafted by Topher Reynolds, who was named Eureka’s “Artist of the Year” in 2021. This is a perfect way to honor someone special in your life. Each keepsake comes in a gift box with a tag personalized with the name of your choice by a Hospice of Humboldt volunteer.

Candle Lighting & Remembrance Ceremony

Please join us for our signature event of the Light Up a Life season. This year we are honored to be able to gather again in-person with our community celebrating our loved ones. We invite you to join us for music, words of comfort, and to light a candle for a life that you hold close to your heart.

Wednesday, December 7th, at 4:00 p.m. and again at 6:00 p.m. at Hospice of Humboldt.

Portions of the ceremony will also be available for viewing on Facebook & YouTube.

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Shine a Light on an Extraordinary Person

Names of those honored and remembered will be on display in the Chapel at Hospice of Humboldt from mid-December through the New Year and shared during the Candle Lighting & Remembrance Ceremony.

A full-page listing of names will also appear in the Times-Standard Newspaper on Sunday, December 18th and shared on this page and  our Facebook page.

Deadline to submit names for ceremony and display is November 18th.

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When you support Hospice of Humboldt, you are part of creating a community in which no one dies alone and all who grieve are comforted.