The countdown to Christmas officially began in Vancouver last night, as St. Paul’s Hospital was illuminated for this year’s Lights of Hope campaign.
— Estefanía Milla-More (@ea_mimo) November 25, 2016
— Josie Heisig (@josieinbc) November 25, 2016
Since it began in 1998, Lights of Hope has raised more than $28.7 million, funding urgently needed equipment and other items in St. Paul’s GI Clinic, Emergency Department, Maternity Centre and throughout the hospital.
The display takes six weeks to build by over 150 volunteers using donated materials.
— Preeti Gill (@SoleSearcherPR) November 25, 2016