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A tradition that started over 50 years ago as a single memorial light, in recent years has become many “adopted” lights creating a heartwarming glow for all the Bay Area to enjoy.

Throughout the month of December, the “Angel Lights” shine from the top of Angel Island, those lights may be “adopted” in turn providing support for the work of Angel Island Conservancy.  

Adopt an “Angel Light and a commemorative card will be sent on your behalf as a thoughtful thanks to family, friends, or a mentor; as a remembrance of a loved one; to celebrate a special occasion; or in recognition of someone who has done something significant for you.

To make a contribution, click on one of the stars below. We use PayPal to accept secure, online payments. Once on the PayPal page sign-in, then if you’d like a card sent, click on “Add special instructions to seller” to provide the name, address, and sentiment.

If you don’t have a PayPal account, you can use their service to donate with your credit card or debit card by clicking on the “continue” link located on the left side of the screen.

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For further information about adopting an Angel Light
please call (415) 435-3972 or email.

 

Don’t miss the annual tradition of counting down to the season’s first lighting of the Angel Lights at the Observation Post, in the San Francisco Presidio. From this stunning waterside vantage point we will celebrate the island, enjoy festive beverages, delicious bites, experience the excitement of live one-of-a-kind auction offerings – available only at this event, and entertainment by The Fundamentals, the Bay Area’s party dance band!
 


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Angel Island Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Federal tax identification number 51-0152954
Donations of any amount are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated.

 


 
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