The Sons of England and Daughters of England societies existed in Swift since at least 1915 and until the 1940s. Like the early Fraternal Societies, Sons of England offered insurance policies. The S.O.E. regularly competed against other local clubs and organizations in sporting events, and Carpet Ball in the Masonic Temple.
The St. George’s Society was a more recent society than Sons of England, but was a similar type of organization. St. George’s Society only existed in the 1980s and 1990s, but the group brought together people with a similar heritage. The Society sponsored a local soccer team and held an annual Guy Fawkes night.