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We developed our programs with the interests of our members and their communities in mind:
- Hearts and Hands: NCSF we will match funds raised by the local court up to $1,500 per year for a pre-approved activity for a parish, Catholic school, religious education program, community needs, or an individual family experiencing financial difficulty. For more information about this program, please visit our Hearts & Hands page.
- Junior Activity Program: NCSF will provide a stipend to a local court to help defray expenses for volunteer service projects and fun activities for junior members in their area.
- Join Hands Day: A national day of volunteering the first Saturday in May that brings youth and adults together to improve their community. NCSF supports this activity and will reimburse a court for part of their expenses involved in whatever project they select. It is very powerful when generations “join hands” for the betterment of their community. Download information about our Join Hands Day:
- National Project – Alzheimer’s Support: Members raise funds for programs that provide education for professionals and caregivers as well as funds for care centers. Be sure to complete the Summary Form below.
NCSF offers financial assistance for orphan children of qualified NCSF members and a benefit that can help terminally ill people find peace of mind with an advanced payment of their death benefit under their life insurance policy.
- Newborn Child Benefit Program: A benefit to NCSF families guarantees insurability regardless of child’s health. The newborn child benefit is twofold. First, it provides a death benefit of $1,000 should the child die from the seventh through 120th day after birth. Second, the benefit guarantees issuance of a $5,000 permanent-plan certificate at standard rates (excluding term insurance) regardless of the child’s health.Eligibility: An eligible National Catholic Society of Foresters family is defined as a husband and wife, at least one of whom has been an insured member of the NCSF for six months or more before the birth of the child.
- Orphan Benefit Program: At NCSF we care about the children of today because they are the hope of tomorrow. We understand the financial difficulties of raising a child. But when both parents are deceased, the effort to raise a child into adulthood becomes much more complex. That is why NCSF offers an Orphan Benefit to provide financial assistance for children of qualified NCSF members. Contact the Home Office for details: 800-344-6273.
- Accelerated Death Benefits: Your NCSF certificate can help you and your family in a new way. Immediate cash to help terminally ill people find peace of mind. If you have been diagnosed as terminally ill, you may receive advance payment – now – of as much as half the death benefit provided for in your certificate.
*Please note: ScriptSave® is not insurance and does not provide insurance coverage.