Terminally Ill Are you terminally ill
and desiring a
peaceful death?
We can help you access the Death with Dignity law Request Support
Death With Dignity Do you want to
end your life?
If you have 6 months or less to live, we can help you access the Death with Dignity law.

Request Support

For Download: Preparation and Choice in the Time of COVID-19

For Patients

What patients need to know about Death with Dignity

For Physicians

What physicians need to know about DWD

End of Life Choices

In addition to the Death with Dignity law

Stay Informed

Subscribe to our E-Newsletter

Advance Planning

Advance Directive, Dementia Directive, and more

Invite Us to Speak

Check our calendar of events or request your own


there are many ways you can contribute


Support freedom of choice at the end of life

Welcome to End of Life WA

Our mission is to guide people in preparing for the final days of their lives.  Those who are terminally ill and wish to use the Washington Death with Dignity Act can count on our volunteers to provide compassionate support throughout the entire process.  We also provide support to physicians who wish to participate in the Death with Dignity Act for their patients.

We promote advance planning and envision a day when all Washington residents will make informed decisions so they may experience peaceful deaths consistent with their values.

We Need You.

Donate online, send a check by mail, or become a renewing member. Your donation matters.

Become a Volunteer Client Advisor. Be a part of EOLWA!

Donate to End of Life Washington

With your help, End of Life Washington educates the public, builds partnerships with health care providers, advocates for patients’ rights, and provides services and resources — free of charge — but only with your support.

We Are Inclusive

End of Life Washington (EOLWA) honors and accepts people of all races, ethnicity, culture, gender identification, religion, disabilities, age, sexual orientation and nationality. We work openly and without detriment to support volunteers, staff and clients, without regard to their beliefs or backgrounds.

EOLWA’s core values encourage an environment of open-mindedness within the organization and in our interaction with clients, hospices and the medical community.

For Download: Preparation and Choice in the Time of COVID-19