We meet on the 1st Tuesday of the Month at St Frances Cabrini Church, 57 Pond Hill Road in North Haven CT. We thank the Wonderful Parish Community for allowing us to meet there! 

North Haven Sons and Daughters Of Italy Lodge 2805

Benvenuto!

P.O. Box 193 North Haven Connecticut, 06473


NEIL VELLCA SR 

Past State President

State President      2003-2007

State First Vice President      2001-2003

State Financial Secretary      1997-2001

National Trustee      2007-2009

National Trustee      Current

Our Lodge is proud to have 2 members who have been our CT OSIA State President, Neil Velleca Sr. and our Current State President Neil Velleca Jr.

SalLen at Work

OUR CURRENT LODGE PRESIDENT AND OUR PAST PRESIDENTS

NEIL VELLECA JR

Past Lodge President     State President

  2004 - 2013                  2015 - Present 

DENISE MAZZOTTA KRAUSE

Immediate Past Lodge President

2013-2015

LENNY RICCIARDELLI
LODGE PRESIDENT
2015 - Present

Our 10th Year Anniversary Party picture held on January 11th 2014

Some More of Our Lodge History

    
The North Haven Sons & Daughters of Italy Lodge #2805 was established in the State of Connecticut on January 11, 2004.  We are a part of the National Order Sons of Italy  in America.

 The National Order Sons of Italy in America (OSIA) has many other filial lodges in the State of Connecticut, and hundreds more throughout the United States. The Sons of Italy Foundation® (SIF) is the philanthropic arm of the Order Sons of Italy in America® (OSIA). We promote Italian American culture and heritage. The Commission for Social Justice® (CSJ) is the anti-defamation arm of the Order Sons of Italy in America® (OSIA), the biggest and oldest national organization for men and women of Italian descent in the United States
Our Lodge supports SIF, and CSJ and many local charities and social events, fighting stereotyping in the media, providing college scholarship opportunities to North Haven High School Students and a Scholarship program that is for members only and their Children. To Date our lodge has given to charity over $160,000.00.
 Our lodge is made up of a variety of people of different ages ranging from 17 to 80+. Of course the majority of the members are of Italian Heritage or those lucky enough to be married to an Italian American.  However, there are many members of all nationalities. 
 We believe our Lodge, The North Haven Sons & Daughters of Italy Lodge #2805,  can best proclaim "Who and What we Are" by our active and charitable involvement in our local communities.  To give you a brief understanding
of what we wish to accomplish please peruse our Guiding Principals on our home page.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our web site, and if you are interested in joining us as a member or guest at an upcoming meeting contact our Lodge President or our Membership chairperson.


Welcome to the North Haven Sons and Daughters of Italy Lodge 2805 web site. Our Lodge was established on January 11 2004. Our regular scheduled meeting is held the 1st Tuesday of each month. Our Meetings are held at St Frances Cabrini Church, 57 Pond Hill Road, in North Haven.

We are a part of the Order Sons of Italy in America.

We have many social gatherings, Lodge Fundraisers,  like to be charitable when we can, and we like to have fun!

We would like offer you the opportunity to join our organization. Please browse this site and our Facebook and Twitter pages if you are into social media.

If you would like to visit our Lodge to help you decide if you would like to join please contact Lenny or Susan at Lric56@yahoo.com to sign in ahead of time, or simply come to a meeting to observe on the first Tuesday of any month. If you decide to come to a meeting please come to the head table and speak with Susan or Lenny.

Guiding Principals Of
 North Haven Sons and Daughters of Italy Lodge 2805


    
Our group seeks to perpetuate cultural identity and solidarity within the Italian American community and to propagate unity and cooperation among Italian Americans.  All events put on by the North Haven Sons & Daughters of Italy, Lodge 2805 are intended to embody the attributes of generosity and goodwill that define the Italian spirit.

     While we maintain many of our Italian traditions, we are now an ethnically diverse family, striving to best use the vitality of our youth, the talents of our adults, and the wisdom of our senior members.  

     We feel that this Lodge will provide an important community service to the Town of North Haven and our surrounding communities. As well as sustain the social vitality and cultural vibrancy of the Italian American heritage by strengthening family life, uplifting human services, binding together the diverse historical traditions of Italians, and honoring the legacy of Italian immigration to the United States.

Written by Lodge member Leonard (Lenny) Ricciardelli