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What is a fraternal benefit society?
Fraternal benefit societies are groups of people who share a common ethnic heritage, occupation, or general interest. By definition, a fraternal benefit society must be an incorporated society, without capital stock, organized and operated solely for the benefit of its members and their beneficiaries, and not for profit; have a branch – or lodge – system; have a representative form of government; and provide insurance and fraternal benefits.

How does one become an SPJST member?
It’s easy! Simply purchase a life insurance or annuity certificate to become a member. Go to “Find an Agent” on our Member Services page. You can also contact our Home Office at (800) 727-7578 or email info@spjst.org. SPJST Sales Agents can also assist you with. Click here to find an Agent.

Do I have to be Czech to join SPJST?
While our common bond is Czech heritage and culture, we welcome all people to our organization.

Where is SPJST’s headquarters?
The SPJST Home Office is located in Temple, Texas, at 520 North Main Street.

What are some other Texas-based Czech organizations? 

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