Compassion & Choices is the nation’s oldest, largest and most active nonprofit working to improve care and expand options for the end of life.
Following our persistent pleas, the D.C Death with Dignity Act remains intact after yet another attempt at repeal. Compassion & Choices and Washington, D.C., residents felt relieved and gratified August 1 when the full Senate rejected a policy rider that would have repealed the D.C. Death with Dignity Act. It was attached to a government […]Read More
Retired nurse Malachy Grange spent much of his career comforting people at the end of life before helping pass Hawai’i’s law. Malachy Grange worked as a registered nurse for for 36 years in Maine, Oregon and Hawai’i; the bulk of it in Oregon. “Community health was what I mostly did in Oregon, and in that […]Read More
C&C’s recent African-American and faith-based outreach efforts bring meaningful connections and an esteemed addition to our board of directors. “I have devoted my life to teaching people that our creator is a loving God who does not want people to suffer,” says Reverend Madison T. Shockley, pastor of the Pilgrim United Church of Christ in […]Read More