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FOUNDATION


Vision

To become the premier Greek Letter foundation in its resources and service to the community.


History

Established in 1981 as a non-profit, tax exempt, publicly supported organization as described in Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Service code, the Foundation was founded to support the outreach activities of Kappamen and friends in their communities.
To provide support for Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. members and others in service to communities with particular emphasis on African-American Communities. 


Purpose

As the non-profit arm to one of the most historic organizations comprised mainly of African American men, the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation has established itself as a leading voice of influence to bringing about the large scale social and systemic changes needed to improve the outcomes and lives of young people in under-served communities throughout America in the form of advocacy and program support. We recognize that the pressing issues facing our youth and communities in the 21st century can only be solved through a multi-faceted approach the includes mobilizing and leveraging the public sector, effective utilization of social media, implementing innovative ideas, influencing policies that promote positive change and building alliances with like minded organizations in all sectors of society who share the same vision and desire to make the world a greater place for all. 


MONTGOMERY ALUMNI CHAPTER
I am honored to extend to you a warm welcome to this website of the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation of Montgomery.

Modern information and communication technologies have created the possibility for everybody with a computer or mobile device to gain access to virtually limitless volumes of information through the Internet. The Foundation has established this website to take advantage of these capacities and serve as a point of access to information about our Foundation and provide a platform of communication for those who seek to engage the Foundation, its programs and activities. As the work of the Foundation continues to grow, you can anticipate this web site to evolve.

Established in 2003 as a non-profit, tax exempt, publicly supported organization to support the outreach activities of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and friends in their communities, as you will have seen in the information on the website about the Foundation, our central focus is providing academically oriented services, leadership training, career exposure, and financial assistance to youth and young adults. In addition, the Foundation is engaged in finding solutions for society’s problems in all aspects of life through education, community redevelopment, and training.

I sincerely hope you will continuingly access and interact with our website and therefore with all of us, engaged in the transformation of youth, young adults and our communities.

A warm welcome!

Dr. Ted Morgan, Kappa Foundation Chairman, Montgomery Alumni Chapter
Foundation Chairman
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