Finnish American Heritage Association (FAHA), Sonoma, CA. FAHA's mission statement is: "We are a participatory organization which promotes a sense of community, common heritage, and a caring environment for all ages. We pursue our goals by providing housing and care for the elderly, and by fostering cultural and educational activities that bridge the generations." Click here.
Order of Runeberg: The Order of Runeberg was founded in 1920 by Swedish-speaking Finnish-Americans, of whom about 70,000 were estimated to have arrived in America between 1880 and 1930. Johan Ludwig Runeberg was a well-known Swedish-speaking Finnish poet who, among other things, wrote the lyrics to the Finnish national anthem. The local chapter is Lodge # 104. Current President is Leif Sundquist.Email: email@example.com Its newspaper is the "Leading Star:" Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Finlandia Club of Sacramento Valley: Finlandia Club was formed in 1970 to promote and further Finnish culture in the Sacramento region. It is a chapter of the National Finlandia Foundation, and it has a special friendship with FAHA (Finnish American Heritage Association) in Sonoma, CA. Click here"
United Finnish Kaleva Brothers and Sisters Lodge No. 21 1970 Chestnut St. Berkekey, CA. 94702, 510-845-5352. Contact email@example.com
Finnish American Translators Association: FATA is a nonprofit organization formed in order to promote and facilitate the translation of literary and informative information from the Finnish language. A list of Finnish translators is on the web page.