We all make plans and have dreams for our family, but every now and then, life interrupts our dreams and our hopes. None of us want to be burdened with expensive cost, and we do not want financial worries to intrude Continue Reading
On the sad news that a loved one has passed away, any family member can call Aboriginal Community Funeral Plan (ACFP) on 1800 622 924; once the caller has explained that they want to make a claim, they will be Continue Reading
This June, leaders in business, community and government will sleep without shelter on one of the longest nights of the year to help change the lives of Australians experiencing homelessness. One of the CEO’s taking Continue Reading
Our funeral plans cover everyone nominated on the Plan from the minute we receive your first payment. But did you know that you can apply for a quote online in as little as five minutes?Continue Reading
The Aboriginal Community Funeral Plan (“the Plan”) is designed to provide a payout to meet the whole or part of the expenses of and incidental to a person’s funeral and burial or cremation.Continue Reading
ACBF Group Holdings Pty Ltd and Subsidiary Companies are a private company. We are not an Aboriginal company. We are not owned or operated by or associated with any government or similar body or any Aboriginal organisation.
Aboriginal Community Funeral Plan is a funeral related expenses plan. It is not a savings plan/account. You may not receive a refund after the 30-day cooling off period. Funeral Plan Holders may pay more than their benefit amount. If payments are not maintained, you may forfeit your funeral related expenses cover.
As a company with strong ties to the Indigenous people of Australia, ACBF acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land upon which we live and work. Particularly, we acknowledge the Yugambeh people of the Bundjalung nation, the traditional custodians of the lands where our offices are located (Coolangatta, QLD).
We have over 20,000 members across Australia and have been able to help hundreds of families with their funeral related expenses of a loved one who had taken out funeral cover.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are advised that this website may contain images, voices and stories of people who have died.