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Donate Funeral Items and contribute to a heartfelt farewell experience.

You decide the timing, recipient, and nature of your gift, and we'll handle the rest.

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You don't have to accept a package that may include items you don't want.

People Have Rights When Buying Funeral Goods and Services

Gifting the following items listed below carries immense significance and holds a great deal of sentimental value.



The casket can be the most expensive part of a funeral. Prices vary from $900 to $10,000 based on material type and size.

Cremation Container - Package

Rigid, leak-proof, enclosed, and combustible. Elaborate interior or decorations are not necessary. Prices vary from $500 to $3,000.


Required for viewing by the funeral home but not by law. Prices vary from $200 to $1,800.


Large rounded vase, typically with a narrowed neck and a cover above a body. Prices vary from $50 to $1,000.

Funeral Home's Basic Services

Required - Covers funeral home's time, storage of remains, and overhead expenses. Prices vary from $400 to $2,500.

Other Preparation of the Remains

The hair styling and dressing of the deceased and the body might need cosmetic reconstruction. Prices vary from $50 to $400.


Transportation of the deceased during the funeral. Prices vary from $150 to $600.

Car/Van Services

Transportation of the family and guests during the funeral. Prices vary from $75 to $500.

Printed Materials

The prayer cards, bookmarks, acknowledgment cards, pallbearer cards, and thank you cards. Prices vary from $50 to $150 based on material type and size.

Use of Facilities/Staff for Funeral Ceremony

That's for ceremonies held at the funeral home. Prices vary from $150 to $1,500.

Funerals are not limited to the posted goods and services.

Source: National Funeral Directors Association, 2019 median costs

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