America’s OLDEST Fraternal Benefit Society
Fraternal Benefit Societies N
Not-for-profit membership organizations that have a representative form of government and are organized through a lodge system to carry out social, charitable, or patriotic purposes.
CSA Fraternal Life (formerly the Czechoslovak Society of America) was founded in 1854 in St Louis, Missouri. Czechoslovak immigrants wanted to provide security for their widows and children upon their death. While there remains a strong connection to those Czech and Slovak roots, as a general fraternal society, membership is open to all individuals of good character that share a common value system and meet our underwriting requirements. CSA Fraternal Life was founded on the principle that each of us are brothers and sisters.
Our Mission Statement
CSA Fraternal Life is a benefit society providing families with financial security while promoting community involvement and volunteerism.