Celebrate a Life 2022

A star for someone special

Celebrate a Life is a special occasion for our patients, their loved ones, our supporters, and staff. It’s a time to reflect and celebrate people in our lives, and to create new memories with people we love. 

By naming a star and adding a message for someone special with your donation, you will make a vital difference to the lives of cancer patients and their families.

Name a star

Find your star

Once you've named your special star and added your message, you can search for it on our virtual tree by typing the name into the box below.

Jenny Stephenson
colourful photo of carol singers wearing Santa hats at a Celebrate A Life service

Celebrate a Life 2022 Carol Services

Thank you to all our supporters who joined us at this year’s Celebrate A Life carol services in Sutton and Chelsea.  We were joined by hundreds of supporters and their families as we switched on the Christmas tree lights and enjoyed a selection of hymns, prayers and readings, with performances from local choirs and bands. 

Find out more, and watch the recordings of the services online.

Photo of a man hugging his sun in front of the Celebrate a Life Christmas tree. They are wearing winter coats and smiling.

A star for a star

There are many different reasons why people choose to dedicate a star, it could be in memory of someone special, to say thank you to a member of staff who supported them at the hospital, or just to celebrate the people in their lives. 

Discover some of the stories behind the stars. 

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Celebrate a Life is a lovely way of showing our thanks to the hospital. I want my son to continue his mum’s legacy and this is a great way to feel that he’s still connected to her. It’s so important for us to go to this event so we can pay our respects and feel closer to Bonnie.

Matt – who takes part in Celebrate a Life each year

Read the stories behind the stars.

Dedicate your star to someone special

By naming a star this Christmas, you are making a vital difference to the lives of cancer patients and their families.