As a Non-profit Corporation 501(c)3, your tax deductible donation can help provide end-of-life care options for folks with limited funding, as well as fund our continued efforts to bring free public education about end of life options to the community. We are grateful to receive any donation you may feel inspired to offer and are happy to send you a receipt for your taxes.  

In addition to a physical move, organizational restructure and curriculum update, in 2019 A Sacred Passing has:

  • Held over 140 community events in South King County  
  • Financially assisted 6 families in King County with cremation costs
  • Assisted 17 families with a death.
  • Trained 57 humans in the practice of becoming a Death Doula 
  • Assisted in the completion of over 67 individual Advance Directive Documents
  • Created "No-Fee for our ACP" sessions 
  • Created the Death Benefit Program
  • Cultivated Deathsploration
  • Started South Side No One Dies Alone
  • Cultivated Une Bonne Morte 
  • Partnered with the Bailey-Boushay for apprentice placement
  • Become members of NEDA, WASHAA, NHFA and C-TAC, WEOLC  

2020 Goals

  • Add members of our Doula crew to care teams, PCPs and other medical spaces.
  • Train 100 doulas through our Death Doula courses.
  • Grow our Community Home Wake program to 10 participants
  • Launch our EDB Program with local insurance companies and businesses 
  • Engage the medical community on how to increase access 
  • Facilitate 6 Death & Dying Community Action Committees 

Sponsor Options

Oak: $100,000+       


Pine: $30,000+ 

Maple: $20,000+       

Birch: 5,000+       

Alder: $500+    

Sponsors may choose to remain anonymous or be announced at out annual gratitude event in January.


Your Donation; Your Choice

Donate monthly and specifically support Community Outreach, Vigil offerings or Education  

Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors is responsible for upholding the mission of A Sacred Passing.  We do such in part by reviewing all curriculum taught from the ASP platform for the content, bias and accessibility. The Board is comprised of folx with a variety of lived experiences and learned knowledge that create the lens in which way we engage in learning, teaching and existing in this world.