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Membership & Contributions Across America

Fraternal benefit societies represent over 8 million members in the US and Canada, $659 million in contributions to community service projects, and 74 million in volunteer hours in 2019. By volunteering their time and coming together to help their communities through charitable service, members of fraternal benefit societies make a large and sustained economic contribution to the United States. These benefits come about in two ways: directly through the contributions of money and time by members of fraternal benefit societies, and indirectly through the benefits generated when the efforts of fraternal members deepen the bonds within communities and improve the lives of their residents

Click on the map below to learn how fraternals provide financial security and community in each state.

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Click on Fraternal Statistics for data for more detailed information on membership and financial reports by society and by state. (Member login required.)