Celebrate a life

Celebrate a Life at Christmas gives you the opportunity to remember a loved one, or support someone living with lung cancer.

Christmas can be a time when we most deeply feel the loss of someone special, or feel the need to show that extra love and support to those living with lung cancer.

This year has been so uncertain and nobody knows what Christmas will look like but one thing is for sure, our virtual Celebrate a Life Christmas trees will be shining brightly – filled with messages of love and support.   

This is why we created our Celebrate A Life at Christmas appeal to provide a meaningful way to pay tribute to our loved ones.

We’d like to invite you to make a dedication on our Celebrate A Life Christmas tree in memory of someone special or to support someone living with lung cancer.

You can also now create your very own personalised tree for family and friends to fill with messages of love and support.

Celebrate a Life Services

This year, we’re hoping to hold our Celebrate a Life services in Liverpool and Glasgow. These are emotional, rewarding and uplifting occasions, with songs, music, readings and the true spirit of Christmas bringing us all closer together.

Please note that they will only take place if it is safe to do so.  Order tickets here.

St Georges Hall at night

Celebrate a Life Liverpool

Our Celebrate a Life service in Liverpool will be held at the stunning St George’s Hall on Sunday 13th December. Join hundreds of supporters and stand shoulder to shoulder with all those affected by lung cancer.

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Celebrate a Life Glasgow

Celebrate a Life Glasgow

Join us at Glasgow City Chambers on Saturday 12th December for our second Celebrate a Life Service. Join with others who have been affected by lung cancer.

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All proceeds from Celebrate a Life will help us in our vital work as the only UK charity dedicated solely to helping people with all forms of lung cancer.  Helping people like the Rigby family. 

Pam and her family

Pam Rigby was diagnosed with lung cancer during the festive holiday after collapsing just before Christmas. It was then that Pam’s sons, Andrew and Simon, decided to try and make a difference.

Andrew said, “I set up a birthday fundraiser on Facebook and, every week, we do a dress down day in work where staff each pays a pound. Simon, with a number of staff and friends, is also planning to do the local 10k run in October.

We just want to raise as much as we possibly can as well as help raise awareness about this disease. I think it’s really important for companies, if they can, to give a little bit extra.

After all, we now know firsthand how important this charity is in supporting those affected by lung cancer.”