Polish Women's Alliance of America:
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Polish Women's Alliance of America was founded in 1898 as a fraternal benefit society to serve the financial and social needs of the Polish and Polish American communities. The organization's mission was, and continues to be, the preservation and fostering of the traditions and cultural identity of Polish heritage.
In 2017, Polish Women's Alliance of America merged with the First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association, a fraternal benefit society founded in 1892 that shares the same values and is committed to the financial security of all its members and the preservation of Slavic and Christian traditions.
Your PWA policy number will now begin with the prefix "Z" due to duplicate numbers already in our system for existing members.
FCSLA uses the word "branch" instead of "group". Your PWA branch number will now begin with the "Z" due to duplicate numbers already in our system.
Making Changes to Your Policy:
Changes must be made in writing and signed by the certificate owner. Always include your policy number. No changes can be accepted over the phone. Please go to the Contact Us link on our website for the mailing address of FCSLA.
When beneficiaries are not current on your policy, benefits are often paid to the deceased's estate or sent to unclaimed funds, creating obstacles for loved ones. Consider updating your beneficiaries today. Forms can be found on our website or by calling the home office. Please make sure that your beneficiary information and current address are always on file with FCSLA.
In order to protect our members and their nonpublic financial information, it is our policy to not disclose financial information over the phone. We also will not sell any list of our members' names or addresses.
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