The Women’s Board of Lankenau Medical Center invites you to attend The Thirty-Third Annual “Tree of Life”
Join us on Monday, November 30 to view our virtual lighting ceremony to honor Lankenau Medical Center’s heroes—the employees on the front line of the COVID pandemic working to provide safe, compassionate, clinically expert care to our patients and community.
The ceremony will be available here, and broadcast locally on:
- MLTV Main Line Network
- Verizon/Comcast 21 (Radnor)
- Verizon 34 (Lower Merion, Narberth)
About the Tree of Life ceremony
The “Tree of Life” is symbol of Lankenau Medical Center which serves the community by bringing life into the world, preserving health and ministering to the sick. That is especially true, this year.
A large evergreen tree on the hospital grounds is decorated with lights. Each one represents a gift in honor or memory of a loved one or friend. It may also express appreciation for something special or commemorate an occasion.
The name of each donor will be listed in a Memorial Book in the main lobby of the hospital. Contributions of $100 or more will be recognized as “Star Givers”. Contributions of $500 or more will be acknowledges as a “Star of Life”.
All donations will be used to enhance the quality of patient care at Lankenau Medical Center. To make a donation, please call 484-476-2139