The EKR Foundation supports the work of the The Humane Prison Hospice Project. Their mission is to implement end of life care in prisons by supporting and training prisoners to be the caregivers.
Projects & Collaborations
The family of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, M.D. is proud to announce they have donated the official archive collection of the late iconic psychiatrist, author and hospice pioneer to Stanford Libraries’ Department of Special Collections.
December 14 will mark one year since six-year old Jesse Lewis and 25 other children and adults were fatally shot at Sandy Hook Elementary School. To celebrate Jesse’s life and legacy, the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation have created a Sanctri Facebook memorial, in collaboration with the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation. “Jesse Lewis was a remarkable
Join the team of “Let’s Have Dinner and Talk About Death” and the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation as we launch an international initiative honoring Elisabeth’s desire to bring conversation on the topic of death into the our every day existence…and what better way to do that than by talking about it over dinner! How we want
The Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation is proud to support the documentary film “After the End” by Andrew Morgan. We will continue to collaborate on this film project as it shares a perspective on grief and the power of love to transcend loss. “After the End” is a documentary film about the effect of loss in each
The MISS Foundation and the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation are collaborating in a conjoint education project for specialized training and certification in thanatology. This initiative, the first of its kind for practitioners and clinicians around the world, is expected to accept its first cohort in 2014, and applications will be solicited by the end of 2013.
The Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation is proud to have been a founding partner of the EKR Center for Thanatology in Monterrey, Mexico. Through professionally trained thanatologists and volunteers, the Center provides emotional support to patients and families as they cope with terminal illness. The Center currently provides care in two Monterrey hospitals and will expand its