The Anchor Club is an order of Knights of Columbus within the New York City Police Department which began on April 22, 1922 who do charitable support for the widows and children of all deceased members of our great police department.
BECOME A MEMBER
Join the Effort
Must be active or retired Members of the Service (NYPD)
Must be a member in good standing of the Knights of Columbus in the third degree
If you are unsure on the process to become a Knight, feel free to contact us or visit kofc.org for more details.
Initiation fee of twenty dollars U.S.C. ($20.00) will be applied towards first’s year’s dues, and must be paid with application. Renewal dues are twenty dollars U.S.C. ($20.00) per year for both active and retired Members of Service. Payment may be cash or check. Checks made payable to: NYC Police Anchor Club.
Send payment to our Financial Secretary, James Keyes, with copy of Knights of Columbus Council's Travelers Membership Card to:
130 Avenue C
New York, NY 10009
Our Monthly Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday every month at Saint Anne's Council
26315 Union Turnpike, Glen Oaks, NY