The Palliative Care Council South Australia (PCCSA) is the peak body for palliative care in South Australia, and is a recognised Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) with Deductible Gift Recipient status. PCCSA is a not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting people living with terminal illness and those who care for them. PCCSA grew out of the Hospice Association of South Australia and members include the general public, future and present consumers, professionals, clinicians and academics with an interest in caring for people who are dying. Our mission is to influence, foster and promote the delivery of quality palliative care for all. We advocate for the needs, rights and interests of people who are dying and those who care for them, to ensure no-one in our community is overlooked when they are facing death e.g. people with disability, people with a mental health diagnosis. We bring an independent voice on Palliative Care issues and have a key role in bringing together major stakeholders – service users, practitioners, professionals and the public.