The easy way to start a hard conversation with any group

Build skills and get connected with Hello

Hello Kits are based on our award winning conversation game, Hello. Our kits take all the same components as you find in our Home Edition and package them for larger groups with additional materials to make your event, meeting, retreat or conference a safe and meaningful experience.

What you get in your kit

Hello materials for 25 or 50 participants
Every participant gets their own game booklet and set of Thank-you Chips, which they can take home to continue the experience.

Bonus activity: Question 33
All kits include Question 33, an additional exercise that drives behavior change after playing Hello.

Comprehensive Planning Guide*
Our guides will walk through everything you need to know to run a successful game of Hello with any size group.

Kits Pricing: $4.99/person

25 person kit: $124.75
50 person kit: $249.50

Choose your kit

Hello Event Kits

Our standard kit, perfect for engaging any group of people in a game of Hello

Spanish Event Kits

Hello in Spanish, with all elements (including the host guide) translated

Hello Enterprise Edition: Kits

Perfect for engaging staff or communities, our kits are a great way to bring large groups together for engaging, enlightening, and fun events about Advance Care Planning and what matters most in life.

Our kits come in two sizes: for up to 25 participants or up to 50 participants. Mix and match kits for larger groups.


Hello is the research-proven tool for conversations about living and dying

Hello has been shown in multiple published studies to be a positive, enjoyable way to talk about living and dying. Studies show that 75% of people go on to take an advance care planning action after playing the game.

Why use a game to start an important conversation?

People who play Hello say the game is


Simple instructions mean you don't need to be an expert to lead or play a game


Hello is designed to promote behaviors that help everyone feel heard and safe


While there may be tears, almost every game of Hello has a lot of laughter. Players leave feeling good about their experience

Frequently Asked Questions

Can these kits be used in classes?

Yes. Our Event Kits have been used by high school and undergraduate classes, and our Staff Kits have been used with classes of nursing students, and in medical schools. We recommend taking a single class session to play the game together, or having your students play for 30 minutes several times during a semester so that they gain experience with how their answers evolve over time.

What if I have a smaller group than 25 or 50 people?

For groups of up to 5 people, we recommend the home version of Hello. The home version does not come with a guide for the host or a next steps exercise.

You can also use a single kit with several groups. Get a 25-person kit and use it with two groups of 12, for example.

What if I have a larger group than 25 or 50 people?

Kits can be combined to manage events with more than 50 people. If you're holding an event for 75, get one Small and one Big kit. Events have been held with 150 people or more – the only limits on event size is how much space you have.

Are there photos and logos I can use to publicize my event?

Yes: visit this page.

I recently used a Hello Event Kit with a group of 50 seniors at a senior center. There was a great deal of laughter and joy and a lot of participants left with a greater understanding of and interest in advance care planning and having conversations about challenging topics. I would recommend the Event Kits to anyone that works with seniors and other community members and wants to engage them in new, exciting and meaningful ways.

Randi Schwartz

Medicare Outreach Coordinator, Independence Blue Cross

Our event was so dynamic! Some people were nervous when they arrived, but everyone left energized and excited to continue the conversation.

Terre Mirsch

Director, Home Health and Hospice, Main Line Health

Thank you so much for this excellent event! One of the other players, a woman named Maria, talked about having lupus SLE, which I also have. After the event, I introduced myself to her and we shared many tales about living with lupus. We felt as though we were instant friends. We traded phone numbers and have been in touch. It is wonderful to find someone to provide support.

Lynn W. Ray

Event Participant