Our 2020 event will take place on November 14th. Orders can be placed online through midnight October 11th.
As you purchase luminaries this year, it is important to remember that each luminary sold represents one dollar raised for our charities; The Cheshire Community Food Pantry, Cheshire Human Services Dept., the Cheshire’s Lights of Hope Scholarship Fund and The Petit Family Foundation! This year the Cheshire Community Food Pantry and Cheshire Human Services Dept. were instrumental in helping many people who were directly affected by the pandemic. Cheshire’s Lights of Hope Board of Directors saw the needs of our community and voted to donate an additional $5,000.00 to the Cheshire Human Services Dept. to help our neighbors.
Ordering requires two steps for the luminary committee to prepare your order. * fields are required.
Step 1: Complete the form below and click Submit so the luminary committee receives the necessary detail for your order.
Step 2: After clicking Submit, you will be navigated to provide payment using secure PayPal services, which does not require you to have a PayPal account.
You will receive a copy of your order via email from our team and a second payment receipt email from PayPal. So check your Spam/Junk folder.
Delivery & Pickup Instructions: If your street has an assigned Captain, your order will be delivered to you by your street captain with sand the week before the event. If your street does not have an assigned Captain, we will be in touch with options for a contact free pick up. Sand will be available at Paws Pet Resort & Spa, RW Hines Ace Hardware, and Cheshire Nursery. A one gallon zip lock bag is enough for 1 kit (10 luminaries).
If you have questions before ordering please contact our Street Captain committee.
Thank you for supporting our mission!
“Cheshire's Lights of Hope unites our community to light up our town and create a brighter world. Through acts of kindness and generosity we encourage good citizenship and promote volunteerism while embracing and supporting local charities.”