Death Cafes are part of a global movement "to increase awareness of death with a view to help people make the most of their (finite) lives." Home Hospice GTA is proud to host this important community outreach effort.  We welcome all and invite you to  to gather together in a safe, relaxed setting at to discuss dying, death and grief in an open forum while enjoying tea & cake.

75 St. Nicholas Street

Toronto, Ontario

Directions: SE corner of St. Mary &

St. Nicholas Streets. Just south of Yonge & Bloor.

Fully accessible.

Join Us; Starting at 7:00 pm

About our Death Café Facilitator

Kayla Moryoussef is a Community Worker in downtown Toronto. Kayla began volunteering with Hospice Toronto in 2012 as an in-home palliative care team member, offering respite to family caregivers. In 2017 she began working, under various hats, with Home Hospice Association - where she learned of the Death Café movement, and was hooked. Kayla Is is infinitely passionate about proliferating the dialogue around death and dying, and liberating and empowering people towards 'good deaths' and the importance of this to the prolonged health & happiness of all individuals, families, and communities. ​

Check out her team bio on the Home Hospice Association website.

Check out her feature interview as HHA's 'Changemaker of the Month'

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