Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
These are some of the questions that have been asked through our website. As more are asked and answered we will build this “information center”.
Q: What is Affiliate Membership and how does it work?
A: This subject has its own FAQ page Affiliate Membership FAQ
Q: Where do I find the forms for the appointment and evaluation of a Financial Secretary?
A: This page contains all you ever wanted to know about the subject.
Q: How do I use Zoom to manage a virtual meeting?
A: Pictorial instructions can be found on the website under the Resouces>Training menu, Click here to go to the page
Q: I don’t see recent changes to the State Website, such as links to this month’s Newsletter … why is that?”
Q: Where do I send the money and raffle tickets for the MN Knights Foundation Raffle?
A: Make checks payable to: MN Knights Foundation
and mail to:
Q: Can I get a list of approved organizations/recipients for the Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities (Tootsie Roll program)
A: The Program page for this Campaign contains documents that can be downloaded. Click here to go there.
Q: We are a 501 (c) (3) day program for people with disabilities. How do we get on the list for donations? Is there an application process?
A: Contact the Campaign Chairman … you will find him on the Program page. Click here to go there.
Q: We have a member that is no longer receiving the Columbian or the Knightline, and would like to be reinstated. Who do we contact?
A: Send the member’s Name, Member Number, and Address to FraternalServices@KofC.org with a description of what he is missing.
Q: I am currently 17 but would like to join the Knights … can I join before my 18th birthday?
A: The “Official” line from Supreme is that you must wait until your 18th birthday. This may be waived under compelling circumstances, such as a member of the Armed Services being posted to a conflict zone, or a life-threatening illness or operation, but even then the birthday should be “close”.
Q: What is the eMembership initiative?
A: The Online Membership initiative is a web-based program through which eligible Catholic men can join the Knights of Columbus online. For more detailed information click here.
Q: I’m a student about to attend college. Do the Knights of Columbus offer any scholarships?
A: For scholarships check here. For low-cost student loans check here
Q: How do I request a Council website?
A: Use the request form at: https://mnknights.org/resource/council-website-signup-form/ … there are also a couple of links on the same page which will provide access to the presentation I made at the July org meeting.