For the 29th year, the Auxiliary of Mercy Health – Springfield Regional Medical Center presents Lights of Love, a touching tribute opportunity that honors loved ones over the holidays.
For a minimum donation of $5, the Auxiliary places loved ones’ names on snowflake ornaments that decorate one of the Christmas trees brightening the garden level of Springfield Regional Medical Center throughout the holiday season. With the pandemic forcing the cancellation of the Auxiliary’s fundraising events, gifts of all sizes are especially welcome this year.
“Even though we are staying apart to stay safe, we can still join together to celebrate those we love at Christmas,” said Theresa Silvers, Auxiliary President Elect and Lights of Love event co-chair. “They offer a unique way to honor family, friends and people who’ve made a difference in your life. You can also purchase an ornament to commemorate special events. Best of all, your purchases benefit patients and the community of Clark County.”
Please call the Volunteer Services office at 937-523-5190 to request an order form in the mail.
Purchasers may collect their Lights of Love Celebration ornaments before December 23 or after January 5. Please call the Volunteer Services office to arrange for ornament pick up.
The Springfield Regional Medical Center Auxiliary raises funds for charitable care and equipment purchases that help the hospital provide top quality care to the patients it serves. The Lights of Love Celebration is one of its largest annual fundraisers.
Mercy Health – Springfield is part of Bon Secours Mercy Health one of the 20 largest health systems in the United States and the fifth-largest Catholic health system in the country. The ministry’s quality, compassionate care is provided by more than 60,000 associates serving communities in Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, New York, Ohio, South Carolina and Virginia, as well as throughout Ireland. Mercy Health – Springfield, which includes Springfield Regional Medical Center and Urbana Hospital, has a mission to extend the compassionate ministry of Jesus by improving the health and well-being of our communities and bring good help to those in need, especially people who are poor, dying and underserved. Mercy Health – Springfield is a comprehensive, regional health care system, known for quality, innovation, compassionate service and a caring culture. With two hospitals and numerous physician offices and care locations, Mercy Health ensures easy access to safe, effective, timely and cost-efficient care for every stage of life through a network of hospitals, nursing homes and retirement communities as well as rehabilitation and outreach services. Consistent with its commitment to serve each patient with dignity, Bon Secours Mercy Health provides nearly $2 million per day in community benefit. To learn more, visit mercy.com.