Deadline to Sign Up for First End-of-Life Planning Session is This Weekend

Join Kavod v’Nichum (the national organization for Chevra Kadisha) to explore end-of-life planning through Jewish values in a unique three-part series. Participants can attend one or all three of these free workshops! Dates of the sessions are April 26, May 3, and May 10, and they run from 7:00 – 8:30 pm.

Learn more and register: The deadline to register for the April 26th session was Sunday, April 24, but there is no deadline for the next two sessions.

Part 1: The Conversation
Tuesday April 26th, 7:00-8:30p 

It can be difficult to have conversations about the end-of-life with the people we are closest to in our lives. Yet, there is great benefit in sitting down to talk so that we can plan, prepare, and honor those we love.

In this workshop we will: 

  • Introduce why having conversations ahead of time is important
  • Review different important topics for conversations with loved ones 
  • Share and discuss approaches and tools to help guide these important conversations

This program is supported, in part, by a generous contribution from the Staenberg Family Foundation. 

For more information, contact Evie Cohen.

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