Newsroom Knot Forgotten offers way to honor loved ones Posted by Kaitlyn McConnell on Dec. 3, 2021 The courage necessary to face life’s challenges deserves recognition, and the CoxHealth Foundation’s Knot Forgotten program offers a way to share that love and support.Through Knot Forgotten, Christmas trees will be adorned with “knots” (bows) in honor or memory of patients. New this year: Bows may be procured for patients affected by all causes, including cancer, as was the program’s former focus.Every bow will have a card attached with the donor’s name, as well as the name of each honoree. Red bows are available in memory of individuals; gold bows in celebration; or silver, which honor caregivers. If desired, one can also add a special message with words of encouragement.Small bows are $10, and large ones are $50. They may be purchased through Dec. 31 at Allenbrand Resource Center inside Hulston Cancer Center, in the north lobby and in the West Pavilion lobby of Cox South, or online. Trees are displayed at Cox South’s north lobby and West Pavilion, and in Hulston Cancer Center.Proceeds benefit the Glauser Oncology Fund’s Patient Advocacy Program, which helps patients with free medications, travel assistance, nutritional supplements and supportive medical care in the hospital and at home.Knot Forgotten is also underway at Cox Medical Center Branson through the Skaggs Foundation. For more information about the program, click here.