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Welcome to Pottstown Elks #814

The Benevolent and Protective Order of the Pottstown Elks Lodge #814 was instituted on November 26, 1902.  

Since 1963, the Pennsylvania Home Service program has been helping to improve the quality of life for thousands of children and adults with developmental disabilities throughout Pennsylvania.

Locally, our lodge raises money for these dedicated caregivers through direct donations of our members, and through fundraising events like our home service breakfast.

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Member Benefits

The Order is a non-political, non-sectarian and strictly American fraternity. Proposal for membership in the Order is only by invitation of a member in good standing. To be accepted as a member, one must be an American citizen, believe in God, be of good moral character and be at least 21 years old.

How to Join

Interested in becoming an Elk and joining a Lodge? You can be sponsored by any member in good standing from any lodge in the country. 

Lodge News

The Toast is posted here on a monthly basis providing insight into the many committees and events happening at the Lodge.

Monthly Calendar

The Lodge calendar is posted here on a monthly basis to inform members of upcoming events.

Veterans Committee

Elks pledge "So long as there are veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them." 

Doe Doings

Since 1938, the women’s auxiliary, known as the “Doe Club”, has coordinated wonderful programs and events for the Pottstown communities.

Discounts & Perks

As a member of the Elks, you have access to significant discounts beyond travel and insurance. 


“We were visiting from out of State and wanted to visit this amazing Elks Lodge.  We were truly amazed at the beautiful architecture throughout the Lodge...”

Marlene Greve

Ready to find out more?

Elks Lodges bring so much to their communities and they are places where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up.  Elks care.  Elks share.  Are you an Elk?

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