Tree of Remembrance

A Cherished Holiday Tradition…

During the holiday season, the Tree of Remembrance offers the opportunity for our community to honor those who have touched our lives and create a living memorial to the everlasting power of love. Donors may contribute to place an ornament on the Big Bend Hospice holiday tree, adding a special note to their loved one. All proceeds from ornament sales go towards our continued mission of compassionate care for those in our community.


2021 Keepsake Ornaments

Purchase a beautiful ornament for a lasting memory. In addition to your keepsake ornament, a special message will be attached to a bow and placed on a Tree of Remembrance of your choice.
(Please see tree site choices below)


Tree of Remembrance Ornaments

With your donation, a special message will be attached to your selected ornament and placed on a Tree of Remembrance of your choice.
(Angels, Bells and Bows will remain the property of Big Bend Hospice)


Trees of Remembrance will be at the following locations beginning November 26th and throughout the season.

Franklin County
St. James Health and Rehabilitation Center, Carrabelle

Gadsden County
Stone’s Home Center, Havana
Capital City Bank, Quincy
Magnolia House, Quincy
The Greenery Floral and Tuxedo Place, Quincy

Jefferson County
Tupelo’s Bakery & Café, Monticello
The First Bank, Monticello
Oh Happy Day Gifts, Monticello

Madison County
Madison County Community Bank, Madison

Liberty County
Centennial Bank, Bristol

Leon County
Big Bend Hospice Dozier House, Tallahassee
Due to COVID-19 guidelines, we are not able to offer in-person visits to the LeonCounty Tree of Remembrance this year, but we will share pictures of the tree on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/bigbendhospicefoundation.

Taylor County
Capital City Bank, Perry

Wakulla County
Centennial Bank, Crawfordville