The Peaceful Presence Project

The Peaceful Presence Project

The Peaceful Presence Project

We are here to reimagine...

the way we can live more fully NOW as we face the reality of our mortality.

Our Story

Our founder spent years attending the sick and dying as a registered nurse, and saw that people were afraid of death and largely unprepared for it. She saw a need for a non-medical level of support to complement both palliative care and hospice, as well as a desire in the community for individualized support in living well while facing the reality of mortality. We believe in the opportunity to liv...
Our founder spent years attending the sick and dying as a registered nurse, and saw that people were afraid of death and largely unprepared for it. She saw a need for a non-medical level of support to complement both palliative care and hospice, as well as a desire in the community for individualized support in living well while facing the reality of mortality. We believe in the opportunity to live well, age well and die well by reimagining the way we talk about, plan for and experience the last stage of life. We provide non-medical, thoughtful support to the dying and their loved ones. We are helping our community to reimagine death and dying by encouraging discussion around death, by facilitating plans for the last stage of life, and by offering compassionate presence during the last months, weeks or days of life.
Our founder spent years attending the sick and dying as a registered nurse, and saw that people were afraid of death and largely unprepared for it. She saw a need for a non-medical level of support to complement both palliative care and hospice, as well as a desire in the community for individualized support in living well while facing the reality of mortality. We believe in the opportunity to live well, age well and die well by reimagining the way we talk about, plan for and experience the last stage of life. We provide non-medical, thoughtful support to the dying and their loved ones. We are helping our community to reimagine death and dying by encouraging discussion around death, by facilitating plans for the last stage of life, and by offering compassionate presence during the last months, weeks or days of life.

Upcoming Reimagine events