Croatian Fraternal Union Of America
The Croatian Fraternal Union Of America is the oldest and largest Croatian organization in North America. It is a fraternal benefit society of the Croatian diaspora based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US. The organization was founded in the late fall of 1893 by Croatian American journalist Zdravko V. Mužina. It was initially called the Croatian Federation, then changed its name to the National Croatian Society in 1897. In 1926, it merged with several other Croatian societies to form the Croatian Fraternal Union. The CFU offers a wide variety of insurance plans and has been instrumental in preserving Croatian culture in North America. It supports Croatian roots and traditional tamburitza groups. The CFU’s newspaper, the Zajedničar, has been in circulation since 1904 and provides insurance information, as well as details about CFU cultural events from around the continent. Membership is open to anyone interested, and juvenile memberships are also available.
100 Delaney Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
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