Polish National Alliance

Council 21 Baltimore

Welcome to Polish National Alliance. We are a fraternal nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Polish and Polish-American culture and values.

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Upcoming Events

September

Polish Cooking Class – POSTPONED

Polish Cinema Circle – POSTPONED

Polish Language Class – POSTPONED

PNA Lounge – CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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About PNA

Since 1880, when the Polish National Alliance, or PNA, began providing insurance protection for Americans of Polish origins and ancestry, their families, friends and neighbors, nearly two million men, women and children across our land have benefited from belonging to our great PNA family — both by owning quality life insurance and by taking advantage of our many excellent fraternal programs.

What is more, today the PNA is a fraternal insurance benefit society that is not just for Americans of Polish heritage. It is open to everyone.

Brief History

The Polish National Alliance of the United States of North America, popularly known today as the PNA or the Alliance, is the largest of all ethnically-based fraternal insurance benefit societies in this country. On December 31, 1996 the PNA counted 230,359 life insurance and 6,873 annuity holders in its ranks. Its members held a total of $721,660,990 of insurance with the PNA. The PNA is licensed to do business in 37 states and the District of Columbia. The total assets of the Polish National Alliance are $304,805,343.

For a more detailed history, please visit the National PNA website at www.pna-znp.org/about.html.

Contact Us

Polish National Alliance
1627 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore MD 21231
410-732-1100

Lounge Opens:
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Hall & Lounge Rentals Available