Join the Knights of Columbus Online for $15

NEW HAVEN—The Connecticut State Council of the Knights of Columbus are looking for strong Catholic Men to answer the call to lead with faith, protect our families, serve others and defend our values. Today joining the Knights of Columbus is easier than ever before. You can sign up on-line for a special rate of $15. Promotion runs until August 31, 2020.

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* Membership fee normally $30

The K of C was founded in 1882 by Venerable Father Michael McGivney, a parish priest, in New Haven, Connecticut. The organization was formed to provide charitable outreach and care for the financial well-being of Catholic families, focusing on the protection of widows and orphans, and on strengthening the faith of its members. It has grown to include over two million members worldwide.

With around 2 million members worldwide, The Knights of Columbus stands as the strong right arm of the Church and challenges members to grow in their faith through programs, fraternity and vital resources such as our award-winning magazine, Columbia, and many other exclusive member communications.

As Catholic men, we are called to do more. The Knights of Columbus can help you answer that call. Your membership connects you with opportunities to make an impact in your community and gives you access to resources to help you grow deeper in faith and stay informed about the issues Catholics care about. You’ll also have exclusive access insurance and financial planning products to help you protect your family.

“Gain over 23,000 CT Brothers for $15 and put your Faith into Action, we need you to assist those in most need during these challenging times,” CT State Deputy Gary McKeone.

In 2019 the over 23,000 members of the Connecticut Knights of Columbus donated over $1 million dollars to various local charities while volunteering over 250,000 hours of community service. Now more than ever, with the current pandemic, there is a need for more Catholic men to serve in our communities and parishes.