History and Benefits of the ISDA

The Order Italian Sons and Daughters of America (ISDA) was founded in 1930
and currently has over 120 lodges throughout the country. The purpose of
the organization is to perpetuate Italian American culture and values by
sponsoring social, civic and cultural events and programs.

The Order ISDA was organized in 1960 by Italian Americans and chartered in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. Membership is open to all persons of Italian descent,
married to an Italian, or interested in furthering the interests of Italians.

An important function of the Association is the financial security of members and their families
through life insurance. ISDA Fraternal Association offers a complete line of competitive,
modern insurance products that can be tailored to meet insurance/savings needs.
The Association strives to offer members and their families the best possible protection
at the lowest cost. Insurance products have been developed on the most current mortality table,
using high interest assumptions, resulting in low rates.

Membership in the Association is simultaneous with issuance of life insurance.
The ISDA Fraternal Association provides social contacts and charitable
activities through its Lodges, which are located in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West
Virginia, New York, Michigan, Florida, California, Illinois and Indiana.

Members receive the official bi-weekly publication, Unione. The publication
reports on local lodge activities; achievements of members and persons of
Italian heritage; includes cultural and educational articles; and valuable
information for members of all ages.

Each lodge of the Association has a representative form of government.
Lodges promote welfare and benevolent events, as well as social and
athletic programs for members and the community.

For more information about ISDA membership
fill out the form provided on our Home Page.

There is no obligation, and your response will be kept confidential.

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