Hospice of Lubbock begins annual donation drive - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Hospice of Lubbock begins annual donation drive

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

If you plan on shopping at the South Plains Mall this weekend, you can also take a moment and help out a good cause. The Hospice of Lubbock booth is set up right next to Barnes and Noble.

With the help of the CH Foundation, our local hospice is beginning its annual Light Up A Life event.

You can buy an angel for just $25 dollars. The money goes toward the care of terminally ill patients.

Rose Chase, the Community Liaison for Hospice of Lubbock says, "For 25 years, we have never turned anyone away, regardless of their ability to pay."

Chase says this year is extra special because the CH Foundation is matching the money raised, so donations given this year could help the Hospice of Lubbock for years to come.

To find more information or to donate online, visit www.hospiceoflubbock.org.

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