Teachers of Italian (AATI)
|The Augustus Society
|The Center for Italian Studies
|il Circolo Filippo Mazzei
|Federation of American Women's
Clubs Overseas (FAWCO)
Florence, Genoa, Torino, Palermo, Rome,
Naples, Milan, Vercelli and Bari.
"proud" in Italian) is a non-profit organization of young
Italians, Italian-Americans, and Italophiles ages 18-39 who promote
the study of Italian and Italian American history, higher education,
professional networking, and the positive portrayal of
FIERI-Long Island http://www.fieri.org/chapters/fierili.html
FIERI-North Jersey http://www.fierinorthjersey.org/
FIERI-Southern California http://www.fieri.org/chapters/fierisc.html
FIERI-Staten Island http://www.fierisi.org/
FIERI-Washington D.C. http://www.fieridc.org/
|Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli
The data banks on Italian emigrants to the
United States, Argentina and Brazil.
Fratellanza is the oldest Italian American organization in the United States. The
Fratellanza Society was organized on November 11, 1866 and was incorporated on December 6,
1866 as a fraternal and benevolent society under the Societá Unione e Fratellanza
Italiana (Italian Fraternal Union). Click here to see a photo of the house where the first
Fratellanza Society meetings were held.
Primary objective was and continues to be, to create an organization that will promote
unity between Italians and their adopted country. A unity which meant the fusing of all
Italian-Americans into one compact body devoted to the interest of patriotism, charity,
and brotherly love.
A business meeting is conducted on the first
Wednesday of each month. We conduct annual events such as the annual banquet, and the
member picnic. We also have many other special events (Cardinal baseball outings etc.)
chaired by ambitious members. The group also participates in Italian community events
ranging from local festivals to the Columbus Day parade.
The initial and current purpose of the
Fratellanza is the promotion of the general welfare of all members in the tradition of the
Italian American community. Any male, eighteen years or older, may apply for membership.
The Fratellanza strives to keep alive the Italian roots and heritage of the founders,
however membership is open to all, regardless of ethnic background.
|Italian-American Lawyers Association
|The Italian Cultural Society of
|Instituto Italiano di Cultura - New
|Italian Genealogical Society of
Members' benefits, contact information, chat room, and other assistance for Americans
tracing their Italian roots.
|Italian Heritage Society of Indiana
|Italian Historical Society of
|Italian Sons and Daughters of
|Joint Civic Committee of Italian
( JCCIA )
|National Italian American Foundation
( NIAF )
|National Organization of Italian -
( NOIAW )
|One Stop Italian
Order Sons of Italy
its 750 community-based chapters, 21 state chapters, two subsidiary organizations--the
Sons of Italy Foundation and the Commission for Social Justice--and its National Office in
Washington, D.C., works to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of Americans of
Italian descent. Its objectives, as conceived by its founders, are to enroll all men and
women of Italian heritage under one banner in order to preserve and disseminate the rich
cultural heritage of Italy; and to promote and advance their progress everywhere within
the framework of American society.
|Order Sons of Italy - DOVER
to the Order of Sons of Italy, Caesar Rodney Lodge in Dover, Delaware
USA! We are part of the National OSIA organization.
|Societŕ Italiana Di Mutua
A Benevolent Society Organized By Immigrants and Their Descendants From Cefalů,
Sicily. Their web site contains the following information on: Brief History, Historical Information, Mausoleum Burial Records, How to Join, the
Membership Roster, and Serio Family Genealogy.