How do I become a member?Please contact a local agent or the Home Office for more information about how to become a member.
What are fraternal benefits?
Fraternal benefits are something COF offers to every member. They set us apart from other insurance companies.
These benefits include scholarships, tuition assistance, member magazine, art contests, discount prescription program, discounted long-term care health services, and other policy specific living benefits. You are eligible for most of these benefits from the moment you become a COF member. For additional details, click here.
How do I apply for a scholarship or tuition assistance?
To apply for any of the scholarships COF offers, visit this page.
How do I update my name or address?
To update your name or address, please complete the name change form and/or the address change form and mail to:
CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS
ATTN: MEMBER SERVICES
NAPERVILLE IL 60566-9827
Can I access my account online?Yes! Members and Policy Owners at least 18 years of age can access certain account information online. You will need one of your active policy numbers and have access to your email account to complete the 3-step verification process to create your username and password. After logging in, you will be able to access information based on your relationship with COF. For example, policy owners can view policy details and access policy servicing forms while members can easily access local court news stories and upcoming events as well as other member benefits.
What are the benefits of ScriptSave?ScriptSave® is a prescription discount savings program for individuals not covered by traditional or managed care insurance prescription programs. It is not insurance. Discounts are available through participating pharmacies.
When and how did I become a member?
If you are an insured or annuitant with Catholic Order of Foresters, you are a member of our Society. Insureds (those insured through life insurances policies) and annuitants are members. Your policy contains date of membership. To find out when you became a member, you may also contact the Home Office.