The Duke Cancer Patient Support Program invites the community to join them for the 33rd Annual Nancy Weaver Emerson Tree of Hope — an evening to honor and remember loved ones, patients, care team members, family, and friends whose lives have been affected by cancer.
The Tree of Hope symbolizes resilience and unity, reminding us that we are not alone. There is a community of support and understanding for those facing cancer. The lights on this tree glow brightly to illuminate HOPE, even in the face of adversity. Join us to hear this year’s message of hope from patients and the staff who provide unwavering, compassionate care.
The event will be held in person as well as live-streamed via Zoom.
Luminaries & Tribute Cards
5:30 to 5:45 PM: Unveiling of the Many Faces of Cancer photography project, Cancer Center Lobby
5:45 PM: Livestream on Zoom begins
5:45 to 6:15 PM: Message from Duke patients and providers, Cancer Center Lobby
6:15 to 6:30 PM: Lighting of the Tree of Hope, Duke Cancer Patient Support Program's Garden of Tranquility in front of the Duke Cancer Center