Polish National Alliance Of The US Of Na
The Polish National Alliance of the United States of North America (PNA) is one of the oldest and largest Polish fraternal organizations in the United States. Founded on February 15, 1880, in Philadelphia, the PNA initially aimed to mobilize support among Polish Americans for the liberation of Poland. Over time, it shifted its focus to social activities for its members and by the 1980s, it concentrated on its insurance program. The PNA offers life insurance and annuity products to its members, who are not limited to Americans of Polish heritage. The organization has over 300,000 members and assets of over $176 million. The PNA is headquartered in the Forest Glen area of Chicago, having relocated there in the 1970s from Chicago’s Polish Triangle in West Town. The organization is governed by its Convention named Sejm Związkowy, held every four years, but the day-to-day operations are managed by the Zarząd with the president of the PNA, and the Board of Directors.
6100 N. Cicero Ave.
Chicago, IL 60646
|Insurance Types||Annuity, Life|