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The Death Cafe movement was developed by Jon Underwood, who set up the first Death Cafe in September 2011 at his home in Hackney along with his mother Sue Barsky Reid, a psychotherapist. Since then thousands of Death Cafes have been held worldwide. Jon died suddenly last year from undiagnosed acute promyelocytic leukaemia. All of us who knew Jon and run Death Cafes are dedicated to carry on his extraordinary work in helping people to talk more honestly and openly about death and dying.
A Death Cafe provides a respectful and confidential space for people to talk about end of life issues in any way they want. Meetings usually lasts two hours and are always served with tea and cake. Death Cafes are not for profit and have no agenda, objectives or themes.