Ukrainian Fraternal Society of Canada

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Ukrainian Fraternal Society of Canada

Providing Ukrainian Canadians with Life Insurance since 1921.

The Ukrainian Fraternal Society of Canada (UFSC) is a fraternal, not-for-profit mutual benefit organization that provides life insurance and financial services to its members. Its membership is comprised of Canadian individuals of Ukrainian descent who are UFSC policy holders. In addition, the Society provides financial support to various Ukrainian Canadian Community projects and institutions. Effective January 1, 2011, the life insurance business of the Ukrainian Mutual Benefit Association of St Nicholas of Canada (UMBA) was transferred to the Society.

The mission of the Ukrainian Fraternal Society of Canada is to provide life assurance to individuals deemed to be of Ukrainian descent, and to provide financial support to Ukrainian Canadian community projects and institutions through fraternal and benevolent activities.

The goals and objectives of the Society are:

  • To provide a measure of security for its members through insurance, fraternal and financial benefits
  • To promote higher education among Ukrainian Canadians
  • To support the retention and further development of Ukrainian culture and traditions in Canada
Providing Ukrainian Canadians with Life Insurance since 1921.

The Ukrainian Fraternal Society of Canada (UFSC) is a fraternal, not-for-profit mutual benefit organization that provides life insurance and financial services to its members. Its membership is comprised of Canadian individuals of Ukrainian descent who are UFSC policy holders. In addition, the Society provides financial support to various Ukrainian Canadian Community projects and institutions. Effective January 1, 2011, the life insurance business of the Ukrainian Mutual Benefit Association of St Nicholas of Canada (UMBA) was transferred to the Society.

The mission of the Ukrainian Fraternal Society of Canada is to provide life assurance to individuals deemed to be of Ukrainian descent, and to provide financial support to Ukrainian Canadian community projects and institutions through fraternal and benevolent activities.

The goals and objectives of the Society are:

  • To provide a measure of security for its members through insurance, fraternal and financial benefits
  • To promote higher education among Ukrainian Canadians
  • To support the retention and further development of Ukrainian culture and traditions in Canada
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I update my personal and policy information?
You can update your personal and policy information by mailing a written request or by calling our office at 204.586.4482 or 1.800.988.8372.
What happens to the dividends and interest that are in my policy account?
Amounts left on deposit are credited with interest on December 31 of each year at a rate set by the Board of Directors.

The amount on deposit may be withdrawn, in whole or in part, at any time by submitting a written request or by returning the signed authorization form at the top of your annual policy statement. Amounts on deposit may also be used to pay policy premiums. On the authorization form at the top of your annual policy statement, fill in the amount that you wish to have transferred, sign the form, and mail it to our office for processing.

All amounts remaining on deposit will be added to payments made to the designated beneficiaries upon the death of the insured person, or to the designated recipient when an endowment matures.

What is the procedure to withdraw from my funds on deposit or redeem a matured endowment plan?
The owner of the plan must submit a written request for the amount being withdrawn If the account will be closed as a result of the withdrawal, then the Original Policy Certificate must be returned or a Lost Policy Declaration must be signed
What is the procedure to make a death claim?
The beneficiary or executor will need to submit:

  • a copy of the Death Certificate;
  • current addresses of beneficiaries;
  • the Original Policy Certificate
    or
    if the Original Certificate is lost, a Lost Policy Declaration must be signed or a letter provided indicating that the Certificate cannot be located.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I update my personal and policy information?
You can update your personal and policy information by mailing a written request or by calling our office at 204.586.4482 or 1.800.988.8372.
What happens to the dividends and interest that are in my policy account?
Amounts left on deposit are credited with interest on December 31 of each year at a rate set by the Board of Directors.

The amount on deposit may be withdrawn, in whole or in part, at any time by submitting a written request or by returning the signed authorization form at the top of your annual policy statement. Amounts on deposit may also be used to pay policy premiums. On the authorization form at the top of your annual policy statement, fill in the amount that you wish to have transferred, sign the form, and mail it to our office for processing.

All amounts remaining on deposit will be added to payments made to the designated beneficiaries upon the death of the insured person, or to the designated recipient when an endowment matures.

What is the procedure to withdraw from my funds on deposit or redeem a matured endowment plan?
The owner of the plan must submit a written request for the amount being withdrawn If the account will be closed as a result of the withdrawal, then the Original Policy Certificate must be returned or a Lost Policy Declaration must be signed
What is the procedure to make a death claim?
The beneficiary or executor will need to submit:

  • a copy of the Death Certificate;
  • current addresses of beneficiaries;
  • the Original Policy Certificate
    or
    if the Original Certificate is lost, a Lost Policy Declaration must be signed or a letter provided indicating that the Certificate cannot be located.

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Phone: 204.586.4482
Fax: 204.589.6411
Toll Free (Canada): 1.800.988.8372

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Winnipeg, MB R2W 4W5