Current Size: 100%
This shop sells materials and resources from both the Dying Matters coalition and NCPC. NCPC subscribers benefit from a 50% discount on
NCPC resources. If discounts apply, they are indicated next to specific products. To access these discounts, click
here to visit the NCPC website and join now.
This year, we ask What Can You Do? This aims to get people more active in planning for dying and death and helping support those who may need it in times of grief and bereavement, be they friends, family or in your wider community.A mixed pack of posters which have been designed for 2017's Dying Matters Awareness week.3 x 'What Can You Do?' posters3 x 'What Can You Do? event posters, with space to write details of your own Awareness Week event
Choose any 5 from the list below:*You don't have to talk to us about your end of life wishes-but you can.*Check on your neighbours this Christmas time.*Let's make sure nobody dies at home alone this Christmas.*I wish we had spoken earlier.*We all deserve to die well. Together we can achieve this.*Planning for dying gives you peace of mind for livingPlease specify the posters you would like in the "Special Instructions" box during checkout.
5 x A3 posters: You don't have to talk to us about your end of life wishes - but you can
These posters aim to bring awareness to the 'Day of the Dead', includes a blank section to advertise your own event.For further resources and ideas for your celebration please check the 'Day of the Dead' sections on our website and shop.
5 x A3 posters: Check on your neighbours this Christmas time
5 x Posters :'I wish we had spoken earlier'
5 x Posters:'I wish we'd spoken earlier'
5 x A3 posters: Let's make sure nobody dies at home alone this Christmas
5 x Posters:'Planning for dying gives you peace of mind for living'
5 x Posters:'We all deserve to die well. Together we can achieve this'
Back to top ^^
The Dying Matters Coalition is led by the National Council for Palliative Care, the umbrella charity for end of life care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.