EVERY PURPLE LIGHT TELLS A STORY
This month, more than 80 communities across the country will come together on to light the night purple for the PurpleLight Vigil for Hope. This remembrance ceremony honors loved ones fighting pancreatic cancer and those who have lost the fight.
Family and friends of those touched by pancreatic cancer come together to gain both comfort and encouragement by illuminating purple glow sticks as they hear their loved ones’ names read aloud.
Most of the participating communities come together on Sunday night, October 27, although some events will occur on other evenings. PurpleLight kicks off National Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, which begins November 1.
Join us at your local PurpleLight or light a virtual candle.
Learn more about PurpleLight at purplelight.org.