Join the Brooklyn Odd Fellows Lodge.
Have you been searching for a way to help others and be a part of something bigger than yourself? Welcome to The Independent Order of Oddfellows,
Borough Park Lodge #409.
Welcome to Lodge #409
The Odd Fellows are more than just a fraternity of like-minded individuals doing charity work. We are a diverse group that is made up of men and women from all different walks of life, and all different ethnic backgrounds. What brings us together is our desire to elevate the human character to a higher, nobler plane; to extend sympathy and aid to those in need, making their burdens lighter and relieving the darkness of despair; to wage war against vice in every form; and to be a great moral power and influence for the good of humanity.
Why should I join the Odd Fellows?
You will learn about an organization that is nearly 300 years old.
There’s something alluring about joining an organization that is nearly 300 years old and steeped in history and mystique. Oddfellowship has evolved since its inception and survived the test of time, adapting to the present day while maintaining many of its traditions and rituals.
You will make new friends and expand your professional network.
Joining a lodge is an excellent way to increase your social circle and make new friends. You will regularly meet with your Odd Fellows and discuss the running of the lodge, as well as upcoming events and fundraisers.
You will have the chance to raise money for worthy charitable causes.
One of our core values is charity. As such, brothers in lodges all around the world dedicate their time to fundraising for worthy charitable causes in their communities and even further afield.
Becoming an Odd Fellow has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. I really love the positive vibes and friendly atmosphere. Plus, there is room to grow and make our lodge better every day.
My husband was an Odd Fellow, so I joined too! There is a lot of great charitable work I get involved with and I love my friendships here. I can really make a difference in this organization.