The form necessary to request a name to be read at the program, will be available here at the beginning of 2019. Check back for updates.
During our Program of Awareness, Remembrance and Celebration, we are going to take a few moments to honor our loved ones who died by suicide by having their names read. This can be a heartwarming way to remember them. In 2018, 262 names were respectfully and reverently read by Tom Schaad, WAVY-TV 10 news anchor. The reading names is very meaningful to those who have lost a loved one to suicide.
If you are planning to come to this great event, you may also choose to participate in this tribute. To have the name of a loved one read, you need to fill out a form which will be available here at the beginning of 2019. Please check back then.
You can only have the name read if you complete and submit the following form and if you have registered for the Hampton Roads Morning of Hope.
Please note: submitting this form only gives permission for your name to be read in 2019.