Crofton Cares Meets the Challenge for Ohio End of Life Options

Crofton Cares recently made a $5,000 contribution to Ohio End of Life Options, a non-profit organization advocating the rights of qualified terminally ill Americans to be able to direct their own end of life care and have access to all health care options, including Medical Aid in Dying.

The $5,000 donation was part of the Linnemann Family Foundation Matching Campaign, which raised just over $67,000 on behalf of Ohio End of Life Options. Michael Southard, who founded Crofton Cares with his wife Amy, shared why he supports Medical Aid in Dying;

“I experienced my father suffering at the end of his life, and I understand the value of having the option of medical aid in dying for the terminally ill.”

To learn more about Ohio End of Life Options by clicking here.