#D2KDay: It Takes All of Us!
From the Sunshine Coast to Bunbury to Penguin to Mudgee and beyond, this week thousands of people are gathering at dinners, bars, cemeteries, lunchrooms, local halls, hospitals, churches and cafes across Australia.
Why? To talk about death, dying and grief.
To understand it. To know what to expect. To support each other. To do it better.
Sure, we can’t escape death, but together we can prepare for it and get on with living our lives.
This week be part of Australia’s largest conversation about death.
- Head along to an event
- Talk. Start a conversation.
- Share your wishes and find out someone else’s.
- Start working on your Final Checklist.
The #D2KDay Team can’t wait to share with you an abundance of wonderful ideas, information, stories over the next few days.
We are so inspired by the people and communities that have come together to create such impactful and interesting ways to talk about death.
- Holly will be coming to you live on the day from Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium
- Jessie will report from an Advance Care Planning event
- Nikki is hosting a dinner party with a difference at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
Plus, we will be online sparking conversations, connecting with people and encouraging them to learn more about planning for the end of life.
This might be your first #D2KDay or you maybe have been part of many, either way every conversation and action means that we all have a little bit more death know how.
And that is a good thing.
Thanks for being part of #D2KDay 2019
Holly, Jessie, Niki, Jasmine and the #D2KDay Team