Dying to Know Day has a BIG list of death literacy, planning and conversation tools

Begin the Conversation an advance care planning program created to encourage the use of advance care directives.

 The Death Chicks a YouTube Show and Forum for all things death, dying, grief and loss.

The Death Talk Project organizes workshops, rituals, Death Cafes, movie nights, and other events.

Gifted by Grief grief resources.

Wishes to Die For an introspective guide on advance care planning written by an ER physician. 

Sustainable Aging

The Conversation Project is dedicated to helping people talk about their wishes for end-of-life care.

Natural Transitions a resource for green and holistic approaches to end of life. 

End-of-Life University resources and inspiration for the End-of-Life. 

Aging with Dignity

StoryCorps Legacy provides people of all ages with serious illness and their families the opportunity to record, preserve, and share their stories.

MyDirectives is the first completely digital emergency, critical and advance care planning service that is secure, easy to understand, and free to consumers to use. 

Willow Pragmatic and heart-centered end of life planning can light up your life and connect you with who and what matter most.

Speaking of Dying – This 30-minute film shines a gentle, bright light on dying and opens conversations about resources and planning. Screenings with presentation and Q & A are currently available throughout the Puget Sound area. DVDs available on the website.  Speaking of Dying WorkshopsFacilitated 4-session workshops engage participants in the issues and resources necessary to plan for a peaceful and meaningful death.  In the process they become comfortable speaking openly about their own wishes. More information to schedule a screening or workshop is available on our website.  

Bevival a platform about living/ bevival (being + revival) was born out of a desire to approach death honestly and to prepare to prepare, long before the end. 

The Wake Up to Dying Project an awareness and action campaign that encourages people to think and to talk about dying.

Coaching at the End of Life being with another offers a person someone to walk alongside them without offering advice, fixing them, or assuming to know what is right for them.  The Coach Approach honors the person’s wisdom and explores ways for them to live from it.