Celebrate a life
Join us in remembering your loved ones this Christmas
Welcome to our Celebrate a Life campaign. Every year, we dedicate this festive period to lovingly remember and celebrate the lives of our loved ones, recalling the special memories you now treasure during Christmas time.
Celebrate a Life gives you the opportunity to make a personal dedication to your loved ones on our charity tree.
Every dedication shines brightly in support of all those affected by lung cancer and their families this Christmas and will be added to our tree full of memories which will be lit up at our Celebrate a Life services.
Click on the tree above to make your dedication.
Celebrate a Life Services
Join us on for our Virtual Celebrate a Life, filmed at St George’s Hall and take time to reflect and remember your loved ones.
Like snowflakes, my Christmas memories gather and dance – each beautiful, unique and gone too soon.Deborah Whipp
Join us for our poignant carol service which will be filled with music, readings and the spirit of Christmas, uniting us all in celebration and remembrance.
Whether you attend in person, or watch our virtual service from home, we welcome you to celebrate with us as we light our tree full of memories and let the memory of your loved one glow brightly this Christmas.
We invite you to gather your memories like beautiful snowflakes to reflect on the joy of festive periods past and bring the memory of your loved ones into the present. Our services are free to attend, though you are welcome to make an optional and much-appreciated donation to our Celebrate a Life appeal.
All monies raised during our Celebrate a Life appeal will help us to continue campaigning to see the introduction of a full national lung cancer screening programme, fund vital research, fight for better outcomes and provide essential support to those living with lung cancer.
Liverpool Service | 11th Dec 2022 | 2.30-3.30 | St. George’s Hall Liverpool
Glasgow Service | 17th Dec 2022 | 12.30-1.30 | Glasgow City Chambers
Celebrate a Life supports all families affected by lung cancer, families like the Handleys…
“Last Christmas was a blur. Losing Liam just two months earlier made Christmas extremely difficult and our loss even more painful for us all. Christmas is a time for family and our son was no longer here. We want this year to be different to the heartache of last Christmas.
It’s still going to be incredibly sad and we will all miss Liam terribly. He was only 37. But we also want to celebrate our wonderful son, focus on our grandchildren and all the family and give them the best Christmas we possibly can.
Since Liam passed away, we have been fundraising for Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation. It was Liam’s wish that, rather than flowers at his funeral, donations should be made to this fantastic charity. By supporting them, we are helping to support and save other sons, fathers and husbands. Now, we’re asking you to join us by supporting the charity’s Celebrate a Life appeal.” – Lynn and Gordon Handley, Liam’s parents