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First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association Leadership Responds to Coronavirus

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The President's Message:

As we enter the next phase of the coronavirus (COVID-19) national emergency, we at First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association are following the guidelines of our state officials and participating in the Restart Ohio program. The health and safety of our members, employees, producers, all officers, and everyone in our community continue to be our primary concern. Our home office in Beachwood, Ohio is now open as of May 4, 2020, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Most of our dedicated employees will gradually return to our office and the rest of the employees will continue to work remotely, so if a member, agent, recommender or visitor needs service please contact us by telephone so we can assist you. We appreciate your patience during these times, and are proud of keeping business as usual, as much as possible.

We recommend that branch and district leaders follow your state guidelines to see if events need to be postponed and/or cancelled and rescheduled. We encourage you to continue to communicate by phone or other electronic means until we return to a more "normal" state of affairs in this great country of ours, the United States of America.

Our Task Force made up of Karen Jakubowski (or designee), Head of Human Resources, Chair and the other key members of our management team are working with me on Restart Ohio as this emergency evolves. FCSLA has a Business Continuity Plan and a Disaster Recovery Plan that would be triggered in case of a natural disaster or a specific instance affecting our ability to conduct our operations out of the home office. These plans have been used in conjunction with our Task Force recommendations so we can continue to service the needs of our members and our producers.

My heartfelt thanks go out to all who have dedicated much time and effort to develop our phased in plans and for our conscientious efforts in their implementation so far. I am proud of all these efforts, especially of all those essential workers who have come into the home office for essential duties. I invite you to read the other messages from my colleagues on the website as well.

We are grateful for your trust, confidence, and loyalty as we navigate through this current crisis. We have weathered many storms and challenges in our 128-year history, including the 1918 Flu Epidemic, the Great Depression and World War II, we will weather this challenge with grit and courage too! We have been fortunate to have many great leaders and we are strong both financially and fraternally. With a membership base of 109,000 members, FCSLA's assets exceed $1 Billion and our surplus is over $107 Million.

May you and yours be safe and keep healthy in these challenging times. You can count on FCSLA to be here for you!

Fraternally Yours,
Cynthia M. Maleski
National President (CEO)

FCSLA Honors Saint Ann for
Her Special Feast Day

National President Cynthia Maleski presented a wreath today honoring our patron, Saint Ann. Saint Ann has been the Patron Saint of First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association since 1892. The wreath was presented on behalf of all living and deceased members of First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association, and it was placed at the restored statue of her image in the recently renovated courtyard on our home office grounds. National President Cynthia Maleski led a small gathering, including officers Kim Graham, National Secretary, Stephen Hudak, National Treasurer, and several employees in reciting a special prayer to Saint Ann. The wreath presentation was done in accordance with CDC guidelines and Ohio advisories and orders during this COVID 19 pandemic.

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From the Desk of Our National President:
Cynthia M. Maleski

Greetings fellow officers and members:

Here we are in August 2020, celebrating Founders' Month at FCSLA, the month where our Foundress Anna Hurban and 8 other Slovak-American women held their first convention in Cleveland, Ohio in 1892.

We celebrate our young student members as well. You may wish to read our August 2020 issue of Fraternally Yours, also available on our website, where we feature our annual scholarship winners. While a major portion of these dollars come out of operating funds, individual members, branches and districts may contribute to our Anna Hurban Scholarship Fund as well. Download the donation form.

This month is Founders' Month in honor of the brave women who began our association in 1892. Any producer who sells at least (1) whole life policy in August will receive a special Founders' Month Award from me. We encourage those eligible to participate.

During these unprecedented times, stay safe and healthy and join with us in celebration of our founders!


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Fraternal Life Insurance And Annuities

With over 109,000 members, the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association (FCSLA) is a fraternal benefit society that ranks among the top fraternal societies active in the United States today. Since its founding in 1892 in Cleveland, Ohio, FCSLA has grown to provide licensed financial products in 48 states and Washington, D.C. Membership and its benefits are available to all Christians living in the United States. Discover the fraternal advantage — discover the FCSLA!

The primary concerns of First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association are:

Insurance Benefits


FCSLA offers modern life insurance protection at attractive premiums for the entire family.

Caring for Others


This concern is expressed in a variety of ways, such as by visiting the sick, assistance in time of disaster, helping needy members, and by many other methods that say we are brothers and sisters trying to follow Christ's examples.

Involving Young People


FCSLA actively involves our young members with scholarship programs, a variety of contests (such as photo, essay and art), Christmas parties, and Join Hands Day activities.



Our motto is, "For God and Country." It is part of all of our meetings

and programs.

Branch Meetings


With over 400 branches across the United States, FCSLA members meet regularly to socialize, plan special projects and elect officers.

First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association
Home Office
24950 Chagrin Blvd.
Beachwood, Ohio 44122-5634


Phone: (216) 464-8015
Toll Free:   (800) 464-4642
Fax: (216) 464-9260

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