Eklutna, Inc. does not offer burial assistance benefits for Shareholders.

Below are some links to burial assistant program for for indigent Alaska Native or American Indians:

Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. Burial Assistance 

Basic Eligibility information/documents needed for CITC Burial Assistance Program:

  • Deceased must be Alaska Native or American Indian. Acceptable documentation is Certificate of Indian Blood from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, or Tribal Enrollment verification.
  • Copy of Picture Identification.
  • Burial Assistance is provided when no other resources are available.
  • Proof of Residency, examples would include rental agreement, utility bills. Deceased must have resided within the boundaries of the Municipality of Anchorage for the past six consecutive months. The service area of Anchorage includes north to, but not including Eklutna, and south to Portage.
    Proof of income. Must submit current income available to deceased and current bank statement.
  • Cause of Death
  • CITC Application for Burial Assistance completed by Next of Kin within 30-180 days of death.

CITC Burial Assistance Application

Completed Application and Supporting documents can be returned via:

Email to elg@citc.org

Delivered/Mailed to Cook Inlet Tribal Council, 3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99508

For further information, assistance, or current contact information regarding CITC’s programs please visit Financial Assistance – Cook Inlet Tribal Council (citci.org)

Eklutna Cemetery

The Eklutna Cemetery is jointly managed by the Orthodox Church of America & the Cemetery Committee of Eklutna, Inc.

For burial arrangements, please contact:

  • Father Timothy Kolb, Orthodox Church 907-707-8252
  • Eklutna, Inc. 907-696-2828
    • Eklutna, Inc. will provide the contact information for the currently appointed Chair & provide a current copy of the survey map.

For a PDF copy of the Eklutna Cemetery Survey Map, Click Here.

For a PDF copy of the Funeral Homes in Alaska, Click Here