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Tree of Lights Campaign

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The Hospice of Wichita Falls Tree Of Lights Campaign kicks off Tuesday night.

The goal is to raise $200,000.  The money helps Hospice cover costs that are not covered by services like Medicare, Medicaid, or Insurance Plans.

A $10 donation will light one light on the tree, but you can always donate more than that.

The campaign runs until December 13th and if the goal is reached, the entire tree will be lit up again on the same night.

Newschannel 6 Chris Horgen will be live from the kickoff on Tuesday night during our Newschannel 6 First At Five and Newschannel 6 at six newscasts.

There are a couple of ways for you can make a donation.  You can send it by mail or by going to Hospice's Office.  It's located at 4909 Johnson Road, Wichita Falls.  Credit card donations are also taken by phone.  The number to call is (940) 691-0982.  Donations will also be taken at Sikes Senter Mall by the men's Dillards starting November 29th.  You can also give money at United Market Street on Kell Boulevard each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday starting on November 29th.

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