Delivering Peace of Mind

Our tailor-made plans allow you to create and pay for a religious or civil funeral in Ireland or overseas.

People plan their own funeral for a range of reasons including a desire to know that family and friends will be spared the burden of having to make arrangements at a difficult time. Our plans enable you to customise to every detail, ensuring that when the time comes your exact wishes will be carried out.

We have a number of options available to people who would like to plan ahead. Our plans cover religious and civil funerals in Ireland or overseas and provision can also be made to cover other related items such as death notices, service booklets or hospitality for family and friends We are here to help you take care of every detail.

Plan Ahead - Pre-Plan

You can make these important decisions in the privacy of your own home

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Benefits of Planning

Emotional Benefits:

If your wishes are unknown when you die, they will be faced with making difficult decisions at a trying time. Will they know if you wish to be buried or cremated?

Financial Benefits:

Planning ahead enables you to make financial arrangements to cover your funeral costs. Even if you are leaving behind sufficient money.

Family Benefits:

Taking care of your funeral arrangements is a thoughtful and caring thing to do for your family. It is comforting to know that you have done all you can do to ease their burden.


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Types of Funding Options

The payment of this grant is discretionary and may be means tested. It is applicable mainly to those receiving Social Welfare grant payments of one form or another, including pensions. Application forms are available from your local Health Board Office and must be accompanied by the Funeral Invoice in the applicant’s name. The Community Welfare Office decides if the full grants or portion will be paid.

This is available where a death occurs of a parent with dependent children. (under 18 or over if in full-time education). The Grant is paid when the widowed parent applies for the widow/widowers pension.

If death is work-related or as a result of a prescribed illness a Funeral Grant may be paid under the occupational injuries scheme.

Any qualified member of a Credit Union is entitled to receive grant payments from the Death Benefit scheme. Further details may be obtained from your local Credit Union

If a spouse or partner dies while they are receiving a Social Welfare payment such as the state pension, unemployment benefit, disability benefit, etc., payments will continue to be made for 6 weeks after the death. The local Social Welfare Officer can supply more details.

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  • Funeral Home
    Co. Mayo,
    F31 X236

  • Vincent Cummins 087-2463377