Background: Although death is not an uncommon outcome for cancer patients who are admitted to the hospital, there are few inpatient interventions in oncology designed to create a personalized, compassionate end-of-life (EOL) experience for patients and families. The 3 Wishes Project (3WP) is a program where clinicians implement final wishes for dying patients. 3WP has been shown to be effective at improving the EOL experience for family members of patients who die in the intensive care unit but has not been evaluated on an oncology specific ward. Research Objectives: To implement the 3WP on an oncology ward and evaluate its influence on family members' experience of their loved one's EOL. Methods: When a patient's probability of dying is greater than 95% or if the patient will be transitioned to hospice on this oncology ward, patients and families are invited to participate in the 3WP. Wishes are elicited, implemented, documented, and categorized. Semi-structured qualitative interviews were conducted with eleven family members of cancer patients who participated in the 3WP. Interviews were digitally recorded, transcribed, and analyzed using content analysis. Results: During a course of 20 months, 144 wishes were implemented for 42 cancer patients and their families, at an average cost of $56. The majority (63%) of the 144 wishes were to humanize the environment. The overarching theme identified through the analysis of transcripts from the family interviews was that 3WP facilitates three transitions at the EOL: the transition from multiple hospital admissions to the final admission, the transition of the family member from a primary caregiver role to a family member role, and the transition from a focus on the present to a focus on legacy. Conclusion: 3WP is an intervention that can be implemented on the oncology ward to help facilitate key transitions that improve the EOL experience for families of dying cancer patients.