- At End of Life Washington (EOLWA), we envision a world where people understand their end-of-life choices and can die on their own terms without barriers.
- End of Life Washington upholds your right to the full range of end-of-life choices, including Death with Dignity (DWD), through advocacy, education, and support.
- EOLWA provides free end-of-life counseling and client support services throughout the State of Washington to qualified clients who desire a peaceful death. We encourage advance planning and set a new standard in Washington for advance planning documents with our End of Life Washington Advance Directive.
- EOLWA was a key player leading the coalition that passed Initiative 1000--the Washington Death with Dignity Act--into law in 2008. We now steward, protect, and uphold the law.
- Our work is focused on providing volunteers to meet with clients who are making end-of-life choices, including using the Death with Dignity Law in the State of Washington. EOLWA also provides information on end-of-life options by providing documents, education, and advocacy.
The Community Outreach Manager is responsible for End of Life Washington’s day-to-day communications, education, and outreach strategies to increase awareness and use of end-of-life choices throughout Washington.
- Collaboratively develop, implement, and evaluate an in-person, digital, and print outreach and communications plan to reach targeted communities and institutions throughout Washington State.
- Create, maintain, and repurpose promotional digital and print materials.
- Develop and implement compelling messaging and materials for use by staff, volunteers, and board members.
- Recruit, train, and support a vibrant team of volunteers who can effectively reach identified target audiences for in-person and digital presentations.
- Respond to and create opportunities with local partners within the community. Examples: hospices, community centers, medical schools.
- Assist in the organization of special events, including donor/volunteer appreciation events and other fundraising initiatives.
- Prepare periodic goals, project plans, and reporting for internal and external stakeholders that highlights the results of the projects.
- Additional duties as assigned.
Reports to: Executive Director
End of Life Washington strictly follows personnel procedures that will ensure equal opportunity for all people without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ancestry, marital status, or disability.