The William Penn Association is a Fraternal Benefit Society founded over 130 years ago. Our Association operates on a non-profit basis, providing Life Insurance and Annuities to our members.
We are dedicated to a four-part mission:
- Offering the best life insurance and annuity plans available at the lowest possible cost;
- Providing courteous, efficient and thorough service to our members;
- Conducting fraternal and charitable activities for the benefit of our members and the communities in which they live; and
- Promoting Hungarian ethnic cultural heritage.
Total Assets (Millions)
We had an enjoyable time in Hungary with everyone. It was awesome..enjoyed visiting our new friends from last year, and will look for another trip with WPA. Memories made will be cherished forever. Thanks WPA…
Word of mouth says that William Penn Association is the place for great insurance products and great service.
Our Home Office
Office Hours – Monday-Friday 7:30am to 3:00pm
Address: 709 Brighton Road, Pittsburgh PA, 15233
Local Phone: (412) 231-2979
Toll Free: 1-(800)-848-7366 [PENN]
Fax: (412) 231-8535 – General Office, President’s Dept. and Secretary’s Dept.
Fax: (412) 231-4707 – Treasury Dept.
Fax: (412) 321-4193 – Annuity Dept.
Fax: (412) 586-4067 – Sales Dept.
Our Latest Blog Posts
The CARES Act and its impact on retirement plan distributions HOW QUICKLY THINGS CAN CHANGE. Last month, we were discussing the new SECURE Act and the impact it had on many of our members and their families. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the recently passed CARES...
As our nation and the world continue to battle the coronavirus, we at William Penn Association continue to adapt to a new reality. First of all, we wish to thank you, our members, for your patience and understanding during this trying time. Our dedicated team of Home...
The SECURE Act and how it may affect your retirement planning AT THE END OF LAST YEAR, a new law took effect that was designed to increase access for more Americans to tax-advantaged accounts and prevent older Americans from outliving their assets. The Setting Every...