What change do you want to see in your local community about the way we “do death”?
Is it to raise awareness about Wills or legacy?
Advance Care Plans or healthcare directives?
More people having the conversation?
Stronger bereavement support?
Family-led deathcare practices?
Greater access to Palliative care?
Dying To Know Day is a Call To ACTION.
Start a discussion
Invite a guest speaker to lunch
Read a Dying to Know Day OR find a new deathly blog
Participate in online activism
Do a workplace visit to your local funeral director or crematorium
Read a book that inspires, changes knowledge and will challenge your views on some aspect of death, dying and bereavement
Or… What have you been Dying To Know? Do that. Find that knowledge!
Dying to Know Day on August 8th encourages all Australians to take action toward more open and honest conversations about death, dying and bereavement. Inspired by the
Igniting Change book, D2K Day is a not for profit community day of action initiated by The GroundSwell Project.