As part of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s ‘Light The Night Walks’ fundraising campaign, Random Acts of Light Day is celebrated every year on June 13.
This day encourages us to do a random act of kindness to bring light into the life of someone suffering from cancer. People observe the day by volunteering at hospitals, reading up on treatments and cures for blood cancer patients, or joining the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walks to raise funds and increase awareness about leukemia and lymphoma. Random Acts of Light Day aims to make the world a kinder place for cancer patients and their families.
RANDOM ACTS OF LIGHT DAY ACTIVITIES
Surprise a hospital patient
Surprise a hospital patient by bringing them a delicious meal, flowers, and a card. You can also just visit them for a friendly chat.
Plan a day out
Plan a fun day with a blood cancer patient. If they are feeling strong enough, you can take them to a movie, a tournament, or even visit a museum together.
Donate to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society works tirelessly to fund research for blood cancer. You can donate to the organization or volunteer your time.