Beachwood, Ohio-- First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association has a new marketing name: the fraternal benefit society is now rebranded as FCSLA Life as we continue to grow and support our membership. Founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1892, we are proud to announce this new name and look for our fraternal benefit society. This supports our mission to provide financial security to members while embracing our Catholic values and Slavic traditions. This announcement is an exciting development in the growth and maturation of the organization.
The new logo communicates traditional values in red, white, and blue colors—celebrating both Slovak and American heritage. The three tributaries represent Family, Faith, and Financial, displayed within a circle of life, with three tributaries flowing together, working in harmony and support of each other.
“We’ve focused on providing lasting benefits for our members and our communities for over 129 years,” said Cynthia Maleski, National President/CEO of FCSLA Life. “Our financial strength is unwavering as we move into the coming years.”
FCSLA Life is rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best as of August 1, 2021. For the latest Best’s Credit Rating, access www.ambest.com. FCSLA Life is a premier fraternal society offering quality financial products and benefits. The earnings are used to fund member-supported community and charitable activities. With over 107,000 members across the United States, FCSLA Life branches around the country are active providing support and service to their communities. FCSLA Life values the traditions of our members and want to see them continue for many generations into the future. Visit www.fcsla.com to learn more.