As a fraternal benefit society, National Mutual Benefit has local chapters set up throughout the Midwest, organized in geographic areas. The chapters, called Branches, consist of member volunteers who organize grass roots efforts to help people with basic human needs, improve their community, and promote patriotism on a regular basis.
Branches receive financial support from national headquarters office in Madison to carry out their mission in their local communities. Each year Community Benefit Grants and Matching Funds Benefit Grants are available for members who organize activities to touch the lives of individuals in need. Member volunteers give generously of their time, effort, and talent, staging various service projects and fundraisers to assist individuals and families who suffer adversity from accidents, illness or disasters.
Each National Mutual Benefit Branch has its own elected Branch leadership, called a Branch Board, which plans its programs around the individual community’s needs. To find out more about these industrious service groups, enter your zip code and go to your Branch’s web page.
Branch Board Members
Are you a Branch Board member? All forms and toolkits are available in the Branch Access