From the Desk of Our National President:
Cynthia M. Maleski
In September, we celebrate National Life Insurance Awareness Month!
It is especially fitting to mark the importance of this designation for this month during our 125th anniversary year. Indeed, our Foundress Anna Hurban and the Slovak immigrant women who founded our society in 1892 had the vision and foresight to realize the importance and value of life insurance in the form of a death benefit for themselves and members of their families.
How many of us have benefitted from the foresight of our grandmothers and mothers who purchased a life insurance policy for us when we were young? How many branch officers urged us and our families to “sign up” as members so we could reap the benefits of membership of First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association starting at an early age?
Let’s be just as smart as our parents and grandparents and purchase a policy for a loved one and update our own policy today! What a great way to show our appreciation for the wisdom and vision of our founding ladies.
Friends and Family
Friends and Family Flyer
Fraternal Life Insurance And Annuities
With over 81,000 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:
FCSLA offers modern life
insurance protection at attractive premiums
for the entire family. Use our Life
Insurance Cost Quote Generator to get an instant
Caring for Others
This concern is expressed in a variety
of ways, such as by visiting the sick, assistance
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
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
24950 Chagrin Blvd.
Beachwood, Ohio 44122-5634