Order Sons of Italy - NJ1215

Member of the Order Sons of Italy NJ Grand Lodge

LODGE 1215

Welcome to the Order Sons of Italy in America Lodge 1215 (Monmouth County NJ) and our brand new website. Our lodge is comprised of a group of very dedicated members who take pride in our Italian-American heritage and culture. Apart from our monthly meetings, the lodge takes part in a number of other activities, festivals, and community improvement projects, while holding true to our culture and teaching others about it.

We are a long-standing lodge within the Order and do a number of charitable and fun events throughout the year. Check out our calendar and events pages for more information.

If you, or someone you know may be interested in joining our organization please feel free to contact us.


Ciao! and welcome to our lodge's website. We'd like to take a minute to just say hello and thanks for visiting our home on the internet. Here you will be able to do a number of things utilizing the tabs at the top of this page ranging from viewing pictures of our lodges past events to accessing our lodge calendar. If your interested in joining our club please visit our Contact Us page and we'll be more than happy to help you out. Be sure to Like us on Facebook on the bottom of this page as well. We hope to hear from you soon!

Volare (Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu)
Dean Martin (Mob Hits: Music From And A Tribute To The Great Mob Movies)


The OSIA is the oldest, largest, and most demographically diverse organization of Americans of Italian heritage in the North American Continent. It was established in the Little Italy neighborhood of New York City by Dr. Vincenzo Sellaro, MD., and five other fellow immigrants from Italy who came to the United States during the great Italian migration of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Dr. Sellaro first conceived of uniting Italians into one large fraternal organization in 1904, for the purposes of organizing Italian immigrants and their descendents to promote social, charitable, civic, educational, and patriotic endeavors. His dream came to fruition on June 22, 1905 when he and five fellow immigrants created "L'Ordine Figli D'Italia in America", which was incorporated as the Supreme Lodge of the OSIA.

During its history, the OSIA has been involved in promoting immigration legislation; assisting in the assimilation process; supporting cooperation, trade, and diplomatic relations between the United States and Italy; initiating social and fraternal events; encouraging educational achievement through scholarships; serving local communities through a variety of cultural events and raising funds for local charities; and providing low-cost group financial investments and insurance programs for the benefits of the members nationwide. The OSIA works to preserve the rich cultural heritage of Americans with Italian descent and now the organization represents 23 million men and women of Italian descent across the continent.

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