Valdosta's South Georgia Medical Center is sponsoring its annual Love Light Tree.
The Christmas tree in the lobby of the hospital is full of these ornaments.
You can buy one in honor or memory of someone close to you.
The money raised this year will benefit the Pearlman Comprehensive Cancer Center.
"The Love Light Tree has been a tradition that the SGMC Foundation and Auxilary have done together for over 20 years," said Elizabeth Vickers, SGMC Foundation Director. "It's historically been a successful campaign that we do at the end of each year for a specific item or area of service for the hospital."
Ornaments can be purchased through the end of December.
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