Get Involved with The Conversation Project!


We work with hundreds of individuals and organizations to bring The Conversation Project to people where they work, live, pray, and learn. Whether you’ve been working with us for years or are just getting started, we invite you to use get involved with the Conversation Project by using our free resources. To make the most of our resources, watch this orientation to TCP resources.

To help you quickly find the resources that are most useful to you, we’ve organized them according to three settings: Health Care, Faith, and Community.

Click on your setting and start browsing – you’re welcome to download useful tools and resources – and customize them to suit your community!

Newsletter – Sign up here
Updates, opportunities, resources, and stories that can help you engage your community with The Conversation Project.

Community Calls/Connections – Sign up here

Register for an upcoming community call, get ideas on ways to connect with your community, or view slides and recordings from previous community calls.

New! Conversation Champions Discussion Group – Sign up here

An online community of local leaders who are dedicated to spreading TCP’s initiative to ensure everyone, everywhere expresses their end-of-life wishes. Aimed to foster insightful conversations and act as a virtual learning platform (via Facebook) for Conversation Champions (those who host events, workshops, and promotion to the general public).


Conversation Champions Map

  • Connect and get involved with others doing similar work in your area.
    • You can search by location, organization, name, and filter by setting: faith, health care, or community. Feel free to reach out directly to members on the map via their listed contact information.
  • This is a sampling of many individuals and groups spreading the importance of conversations, not everyone is listed here but we hope this gets you started.
  • Apply here to be listed on the map if you are actively sharing TCP resources and/or messaging.


The Conversation Project (TCP) relies on the Conversation Champions, like the ones listed on the map below, to help spread the importance of end-of-life care conversations in their communities. These groups plan their own programming using TCP resources or messaging (in addition to their own). As a reminder, TCP has no preference for what someone’s wishes for end-of-life care should be – we just want folks to start talking about it. Please read more about our principles HERE.

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