The Jewish Funeral Practices Committee (JFPC) is non  profit organization
incorporated to promote Jewish funeral practices that reflect the Jewish
values of simplicity and equality in death so that the poor are not shamed
and bereaved not exploited.
Due the
rocket high current expenses of Jewish funeral  people go into
debt for funerals, not to mention the emotional grief of burying the
beloved ones can be overwhelming.

Some people avoided the  Jewish funeral because of the high cost.
Many People go into debt for funerals.

The Jewish Funeral Committee  First and foremost priority to giving the
deceased a proper Jewish burial,
and don’t let financial issues get in the way.

Committee decided to enter into the  contract with McDonald & Son
Funeral Home.
The purpose of the contract to guide and assure the bereaved family.
When family buy a predefined package  they select a right thing strictly
with Jewish law.
This protect  shield bereaved families from emotional and financial
Atlanta Jewish Funeral
Jewish funeral  strictly according to Halachik practices.  
The Jewish community has an obligation to ensure that the cost of a funeral is
reasonable. In addition, it is ideal for the Jewish community to create a system
whereby mourners do not have to suffer the indignity of discussing prices while
still in mourning. This is something that should be handled by a member of the
chevra kadisha (This term literally means “holy society,” i.e., the individuals who
do the tahara —the ritual cleansing of the corpse— and prepare the body for
burial) or the memorial society. The Talmud (Babylonian Talmud, Sotah 14a)
notes that the Torah ends with an act of chesed, an act of loving-kindness: God
buries Moses. It is important for the last act done for a person upon leaving the
world be done with kindness, and not leave a bitter taste in the mouths of the
References Friedman, H. H. (2002a, August 1). Geneivat da’At: The prohibition
against deception in today's world.

'And to Dust You Shall Return': The Jewish Approach to Funerals and Burial
Author Hershey H Friedman
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Hundreds of Jews unable to pay high rocket cost for  Jewish
To help keep Jewish traditions
Mc Donald & Son Funeral Home offer complete Jewish Funeral
$2995 in strict adherence to Jewish standards.
150 Sawnee Dr, Cumming, GA 30040
Phone: (770) 886-9899
Our staff understand Jewish funeral practices, culture and traditions.
You can keep it simple during the consultation to request specific services.
Our team will handle the details to ensure that everything goes according
to plan.