The St. David's Society of The State of New York was founded in 1801 and we currently have 311 members, our aim to develop and support the Welsh culture, Welsh people, their descendants, and the families and communities in the US that are connected with Wales.
SCLS's mission is to advance the understanding and appreciation of the unique historical and cultural legacy of St. Croix through preservation, research and education.
Through its museums and an array of educational programs, the Landmarks Society continues to cultivate appreciation of St. Croix's rich history and enduring legacy.
SCLS is home to the most comprehensive genealogy library and archives in the Virgin Islands.
Despite the American Revolution and the War of 1812, the Society quietly carried out its charitable mission, ranging from the protection of poor English immigrants in the 1830s, 40s and 50s to aiding British war brides in the two World Wars.
The St. George's Society of New York is a charitable organization as well as a fellowship society. Founded in 1770 by English settlers for the purpose of offering advice and relief to fellow Englishmen in need or distress, its mission today is to assist elderly or disabled residents in the New York area of British and Commonwealth heritage.