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Personalized, empowered health and end-of-life care, transformed through comprehension, creativity, and caring.

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To build a community where everyone directs their own health care, grievers find solace in the open, and advocates are meaningfully supported.

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» Compassion: for others' situations

» Authenticity: in words and actions

» Creativity: for supportive solutions

» Transparency: in pricing and process

» Gratitude: for what we do

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Photo from Discover Boyne Valley

She was then reborn in her true form, a wonderous flowing stream...

In  Celtic myth, the bold and curious BÓINN challenged the power of the mystical water well. In response, the waters to surges up violently, taking Bóinn. With selfless devotion, Bóinn sacrificed herself to create the legendary River Boyne, bestowing Ireland's future generations with the gifts of arts, knowledge, and prosperity.

We carry her name, drawing inspriation, as we aim to bring  empowerment, ingenuity, and generosity to the people and communities we serve.

Learn more about Bóinn in the video below created as part of Songs for Our Children project by Cruinniú na nÓg, a flagship initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme’s Creative Youth Plan.  

When care and caring

come together

it's transformative.

For years, BONNIE BIZZELL advocated on behalf of patients and families for better healthcare as a volunteer. Priviledged to be at the table, she recognized that elevating the indivudal's voice was the best way to create meaningful change. After 15 years of practical service in business, Bonnie began her adventure helping people and communities with advance care planning in Washington State as manager and leader for Honoring Choices PNW, a joint venture between the state hospital and medical associations.


But her dad's death in 2021 would help her see a new path. Bonnie was honored to take part in caring for her dad at the end of his life. However, while trying to respect his wishes for a sea scattering, she found the information overwhelming, the coordination difficult, and the experience exhausting.  Her family improvised and created a lovely service; still, Bonnie decided that she didn’t want anyone else put in that position—especially while grieving. So, she built BOANN to provide outdoor event help while supporting clients through their own transformation brought on by grief.


In 2023, Bonnie's personal scare with ovarian cancer had her rethinking her business. She realized that there were things she knew which could help others in the community. BOANN expanded to include healthcare to empower individuals in owning their care. BOANN also began a program to help the advocates and doulas so they could focus on providing care.


Bonnie leverages an MBA, MEd, and over 15 years in business, non-profits, and government. She coauthored several medical journal articles (including JAMA Surgery, BMJ Open, and The New England Journal of Medicine), acted as technical advance care planning advisor for the short film Honoring Choicesand has been interviewed by The Seattle Times and Senior Matters!

Bonnie has been documenting her grief in progress after losing her mother on Instagram. Click here for the collected reels or follow Bonnie at bonbizinstagram.

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