Advance Care Planning Information

The following links are provided to help you obtain additional information about advance care planning. Advance health care directive forms are available at the NC Secretary of State link.

The presence of these links should not be taken as an endorsement of these sites or their content by the License to Give Trust Fund Commission. The License to Give Trust Fund Commission makes no guarantee or warranty, express or implied, concerning the content or accuracy of any material on or obtainable from any offsite links. Users should contact the owners of those websites directly for any questions regarding their material.

Carolinas Center for Hospice and End of Life Care

The Carolinas Center for Hospice and End of Life Care is the two-state association representing over 100 hospice providers in North and South Carolina. The organization provides support to local hospice programs through technical assistance, education, and advocacy in the state legislatures, state regulatory bodies, and Congress. Learn More...

North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State Advance Health Care Directive Registry

Three (3) Advance Health Care Directives forms and an Organ Donor Card form are located here for your information and use. The Organ Donor Card requires two witness signatures. You may complete the forms online and print the completed forms for notarization. If you prefer, you may open the blank forms with Adobe Acrobat ™, print the blank forms, and complete them later. The documents will be made available online when submitted to the Secretary of State's Office with a $10 fee per document. Learn More...

State Government Links

Community Resource Information System (C.R.I.S.)

The Community Resource Information System (CRIS) helps local communities in North Carolina obtain information about state government financial assistance and other programs. Designed as an easily-used, customer-focused Web resource, CRIS enables local governments, small businesses, nonprofit organizations, state agencies, legislators, and citizens to locate quickly source for government grants and other types of assistance.

Begun in the late 1990s as a cooperative effort among the Office of State Budget and Management, the State Library of North Carolina, the Department of Commerce, and other state and local agencies, CRIS has evolved to take advantage of technological innovations. It continues to be a collaborative effort made possible through interagency cooperation. Learn More... is the state's one stop resource on grants - providing online reporting access for grant recipients, and grant information and resources for the general public, grant seekers, grant recipients and state agencies. Learn More...

Senate Bill 852 / S.L. 2004-189

Organ Donor Org's./Access to DMV Records. Learn More...

Donation Links

Visit our donation section for links to donation resources.