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This Week in the Movement

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Throughout the week, we keep people up-to-date with information about the Death with Dignity movement and other topics related to end-of-life care through Facebook and Twitter. Below are highlights from this week.

Efforts regarding Death with Dignity:

Discussions about death, dying, and grieving:

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Bah Humbug: An Alternative to Giving Stuff for the Holidays

Peer to peer fundraising is easy and fun!

The holiday season is always abustle with people rushing here and there to gather presents to exchange. I too get swept up in the excitement of finding or making the perfect gift for those around me, but at times the idea of all the stuff being wrapped up in pretty paper and ribbons to create mountains of sparkle under trees gets to be a bit much for me. Perhaps it does for you too.

What if we were to work together to Give the Gift of Dignity this holiday season instead? 'Cause do you really need that Pi ice cube tray? Or would you rather join me in asking for gifts to our favorite nonprofit instead?

Donations to the Death with Dignity National Center give all year long. 2012 was an amazing year for elevating the conversation about these important laws with the voter ballot initiative in Massachusetts and the Vermont Senate debate about assisted death. The Death with Dignity National Center has been a dedicated partner for these efforts the entire time.

Read more: Bah Humbug: An Alternative to Giving Stuff for the Holidays

This Week in the Movement

Old News by ERIO on flickr

Throughout the week, we keep people up-to-date with information about the Death with Dignity movement and other topics related to end-of-life care through Facebook and Twitter. Below are highlights from this week.

Efforts regarding Death with Dignity:

Read more: This Week in the Movement

Holiday Greetings

Thank you for your commitment to Death with Dignity and to those individuals who have worked so hard for this right. It's been a remarkable year full of progress, and your support has made this possible.

Looking ahead to 2013, the Death with Dignity National Center is excited to continue helping our friends in Massachusetts, such as Jim Carberry pictured above; the dedicated advocates in Vermont; and people throughout the US as they raise their voices to demand Death with Dignity laws in their states.

From all of us here at the Death with Dignity National Center, we hope your holiday season is spent in the company of those you love.

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This Week in the Movement

Throughout the week, we keep people up-to-date with information about the Death with Dignity movement and other topics related to end-of-life care through Facebook and Twitter. Below are highlights from this week.

Efforts regarding Death with Dignity:

Read more: This Week in the Movement

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You are the key to ensuring well-crafted Death with Dignity laws for all Americans. With your financial and volunteer help, the Death with Dignity National Center, a 501(c)(3), non-partisan, nonprofit organization, has been the leading advocate in the Death with Dignity movement. Individual contributions helped us pass new Death with Dignity laws in Washington and Vermont, defend the Oregon law, and provide education and outreach programs for the vitality of the Death with Dignity movement.

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