The Antonio Meucci Lodge #213 is a member of The Order Sons of Italy in America (OSIA), the oldest and largest national organization in the United States of Italian American men and women.  Founded in 1905 to help early Italian immigrants, OSIA is the nation's leading Italian American service and advocacy organization.  Our White Plains, NY-based Lodge is one of more than 650 lodges or chapters coast-to-coast that comprise the OSIA's grass roots network.  Together, our Brothers and Sisters work on various national and local levels to promote Italian American culture and heritage while contributing to our communities.  We do this by way of awarding scholarships, funding medical research, providing disaster relief, preserving cultural projects and more.

JOIN US! And reap some really great benefits of membership.   You'll have the friendly support of a local chapter backed by the strength of a national organization.

Did you know that in June 2002 the U.S. Congress officially recognized the life and achievements of Antonio Meucci, and his work in the invention of the telephone?

Learn more about how the genius and perseverance of this poor Italian immigrant has affected all our everyday lives and most don't even know it!