The ability to achieve end-of-life care that reflects our wishes and priorities, and to have access to a full range of options should be a universal human right.

We live in a nation that is a beautiful mix of cultures, traditions and faiths. What is right is ensuring that all people have the resources and tools they need to plan for an end-of-life experience that aligns with their values, priorities and beliefs. 

Our Grounding Principles

  • We acknowledge persistent disparities in all aspects of healthcare.
  • We are committed to EDUCATING and EMPOWERING everyone to make informed decisions so they can ADVOCATE for themselves and their loved ones
  • We work to increase awareness of the importance of end-of-life planning and care in both diverse and underserved areas.  
  • We strive to give people a stronger voice in their end-of-life care.  

Underserved Communities

Learn about our efforts to inform African American and Latino communities about the value of advance care planning. Find out what you can do.

Faith Communities

We are working across faiths to engage voices and build a network of faith leaders empowered to serve those facing end-of-life issues. Find out more.

Disability Community

Disability rights and end-of-life choices are shared values. Get involved to advance autonomy, independence and self-determination at end of life for all.


The LGBTQ+ equal rights and end-of-life options movement have always been closely intertwined. Learn how we're supporting progress in end-of-life care equity.

Doctors for Dignity

Physicians from across the country are speaking out in support of a full range of options at the end of life, including medical aid in dying.