Icelandic National League of the United States

A resource for all things Icelandic

Connecting Icelanders and those who love Iceland

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Preserving Our Icelandic Heritage

February 15, 2021

POSTPONED – When we think of Icelandic Heritage, many of us whose descendants came to North America generations ago think about the traditions.  But what about those things such as books,…

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On the ferry to Grimsey

Arctic Fisheries Webinar – 31 Jan

January 28, 2021

** PLEASE SHARE WITH OTHERS ** We welcome everyone to join us for our next webinar this Sunday evening (31 Jan) at 6 pm PST / 7 pm MST /8…

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Visiting Iceland Webinar Recording

January 18, 2021

Response to the INLUS Webinar yesterday was overwhelming and viewer demand exceeded the capacity of our Zoom account! We appreciate the worldwide interest and apologize to those who could not…

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Our Mission

Building a vibrant community of individuals, families, Icelandic organizations and businesses to bring Icelandic culture and heritage alive throughout the United States.

INLUS is an all-volunteer, 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization registered with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. Donations and memberships support our efforts to educate, communicate, and financially support mission related activities.

We are grateful for the contributions of our volunteers, members and donors.  Thank You!

Our Activities

Education - We will offer interesting topics in blogs, newsletters and on social media. We will also host interesting speakers for webinars and presentations related to Iceland and Icelanders.

Culture - We will host arts, music, recipes, Icelandic language lessons, authors and more.

Philanthrophy - We will award Scholarships and Heritage Grants in support of our mission. As a nonprofit organization, this is a vital component of our work.

More offerings will be presented as we grow.​

One’s back is vulnerable, unless one has a brother. Ber er hver að baki nema sér bróður eigi.

The Saga of Njal, chapter 151