The Polish National Union of America, also known as PNU or Spojnia, is a not-for-profit fraternal benefit society which provides life insurance protection, annuities, retirement plans and numerous fraternal benefits to its membership.

The late Prime Bishop Franciszek Hodur organized the Polish National Union of America in 1908, eleven

years after the organization of the Polish National Catholic Church. Since its inception the Polish

National Union served the people in America as well as in Poland. One of the initial purposes of Spojnia

was to help people belonging to the Polish National Catholic Church and others who shared in the

organization's goal to achieve financial security. This action brought about an important idea to promote

brotherly love and to maintain a sense of identity.

Headquartered in Scranton Pennsylvania since 1908, the Polish National Union of America has lived up

to Bishop Hodur's high standards by providing material and spiritual security to the members and friends

of the Polish National Catholic Church. This spirit of cooperation between Spojnia's leaders and members

brought about the means, the force, and the responsibilities of deeds to meet the challenges of today.

From the signing of its first member, John Drwal in 1908, the Polish National Union of America has remained true to its

principles and has grown in membership over the years to nearly 25,000 members, making the Polish National Union of

America a strong fraternal helping people for generations

Today, as in 1908, the Polish National Union of America consistently provides its membership with quality fraternal

insurance products and an avenue for participation in the Polish National Union of America's religious,

national and ethnic heritage.

With grass-roots ties to the Polish National Catholic Church, the Polish National Union of America

works closely with the church and its members to perpetuate Bishop Hodur's philosophy.

To date, the Polish National Union of America has provided millions of dollars in the form of loans and

subsidies to Polish National Catholic Church parishes and Polish National Union of America members.

"Spojnia" has also provided thousands of families the security of affordable, quality insurance and

annuity products.

Remember...the Polish National Union of America is not only an insurance association, it is a fraternal organization, with a

deep commitment to its members through the development of numerous fraternal activities and programs on both regional

and district levels.

As a fraternal organization, the Polish National Union of America has no stockholders. Instead every

insured member has a voice in the management and operation of the organization and can exercise his or

her rights by participating in local branch activities or by being elected to national committees and board

positions. Currently, there are more than one hundred fifty branches throughout the Polish National Union

of America network.

Today, we are forging ahead to build an even stronger fraternal organization. Only with your membership

can we grow and succeed. Let's "join hands to touch lives," and forge a greater and brighter tomorrow.

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