MEN’S HEALTH FAIR

This event was designed to be informative, interactive and free to the public. The focus group was primarily, but not exclusively for African American and Hispanic men who are at a higher risk than the general population in obesity, cardiovascular health, diabetes and prostate cancer. Through its worldwide prominence, Kappa Alpha Psi has made a global impact on events that affect local communities as well as places around the globe.

PROSTATE CANCER WALK

Prostate cancer has affected the lives of our loved ones. We would like to celebrate the survivors and remember those that have fought hard and live in our hearts daily. Come out with the Burlington-Camden (NJ) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. and support our efforts to raise awareness for Prostate Cancer.

PAINTING FOR AUTISM

Come and support Autism Awareness Month-Paint with a twist style! The Burlington-Camden Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. invites all to help raise awareness and funds for Autism with us. Painting materials, wine and light hor d’oeuvres will be provided.

A MID SUMMER DREAM VOL. 2

Come support our efforts to assist children and families in need of our time, talents, and financial resources through our Kappa Community Development Corporation.

KAPPA ALPHA PSI

A Brief History

Kappa Alpha Psi ®, a college Fraternity, was born in an environment saturated in racism. The state of Indiana became the 19th state of the Union in 1816 and it founded Indiana University in Bloomington four years later. This city was largely populated by settlers from below the Mason-Dixon line and therefore found many sympathizers of the Southern cause. Consequently, the few Blacks who took up residence in Bloomington in those early years were socially ostracized and encountered extreme acts of prejudice and discrimination…..