The City of Amsterdam is host to a variety of different Social Organizations available to residents of all ages. Whether you are a veteran of the Armed Forces or just interested in becoming more socially active within your community, there are many groups available for every interest and age group. Community involvement and participation is what makes Amsterdam a great place to live and work. If you know of any other organizations that should be listed below, please contact us to let us know and we will update the list.
The American Legion is the nation's largest wartime veterans service organization aimed at advocating patriotism across the U.S. through diverse programs and member benefits.
Located at 123 West Main St. Phone: (518) 842-2290Visit Website
The mission of the ENF is to help Elks build stronger communities. We fulfill this pledge by investing in communities where Elks live and work. We help youth develop lifelong skills, send students to college, meet the needs of today's veterans, support the charitable work of the state Elks associations, and fund projects that improve the quality of life in local Elks communities.
Located at 8 4th Ave. Phone: (518) 842-7754Visit Website
The goal of the Century Club was and still is the mental, moral and social development of its members and the civic improvement of the community. We sponsor annual scholarships, support the arts, and participate in community projects that promote friendship and understanding within the community.
Located at 130 Guy Park Ave. Phone: (518) 842-3815Visit Website
The Mission of the Horace J. Inman Senior Center is to provide programs and services to Seniors that help them to remain active, engaged and independent members of our Community.
Located at 53 Guy Park Ave. Phone: (518) 842-3815Visit Website
A classic Irish American pub, that features live music and a warm atmosphere. Welcoming to new faces, it's a great place to experience a bit of Ireland in Amsterdam.
Located at 10 Yeoman St. Phone: (518) 842-4096Visit Website
Guided by the motto We Serve, the Greater Amsterdam Lions Club has been dedicated to making a difference in our community for over 65 years. From vision impairment to disaster relief to youth empowerment, we as Lions are prepared to offer our service wherever it is needed. Our club is friendly, inviting, and open to anyone who wants to join in our mission.
Located at Bosco's Restaurant (meetings held on the 2nd & 4th Thursday each month) Phone (518) 428-7494Visit Website
Freemasonry is the world's largest, oldest and best-known gentleman's fraternity. We aim to make the world a better place, one man at a time.
Located at 34 Division St. Phone: (518) 842-7137Visit Website
The Polish National Alliance is the largest and one of the oldest Polish fraternal organizations in the United States. Complete with a dancing and a night club, it is a fun, friendly place to spend any evening.
Located at 1 Reid St. Phone: (518) 843-2861Visit Website
A grass-roots organization consisting of business professionals and community leaders who volunteer time, talent & resources in order to meet vital community needs. Rotarians take an active role in helping their communities while greatly enriching their personal and professional lives.
Located at 4582 State Highway 30Visit Website
Open to the general public, St. Michaels Club is a fantastic place to relax and unwind, St. Michaels Club offers, a full bar, friendly atmosphere and special event hall rental.
Located at 38 Reid St. Phone: (518) 842-5833
We are committed to the ideals of patriotism, charity and volunteerism through allegiance to our Country, honor of our Country's standards and aid in the rehabilitation of disabled veterans.
Located at 56 Church St. Phone: (518) 842-3909Visit Website
St. Mary’s Healthcare volunteers are men and women from our community who care about making a difference. They want to contribute their time and energy to assist St. Mary's.
Located at 4988 State Hwy 30 Phone: (518) 841-7136Visit Website