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ΑΦΑ Programs & Partnerships

Alpha Phi Alpha asserts that through its community outreach initiatives, the fraternity supplies voice and vision to the struggle of African Americans, the African diaspora, and the countless special problems that affect Black men.

National Programs
The Fraternity’s National Programs and special projects are community outreach mentoring initiatives that have been adopted by the organization’s governing body and mandated for implementation by all of its chapters. The organization’s National Programs include (click for description):

1. Go–To–High School, Go–To–College

2. Project Alpha

3. A Voteless People Is A Hopeless People

4. Brother’s Keeper

Special Projects
Alpha Phi Alpha’s Special Projects are programs and activities that are sustained through collaborative efforts, memoranda of understanding, and/or outside financial assistance, which Chapters are encouraged to implement. Current Special Projects include:

1. Big Brothers / Big Sisters mentoring partnership

2. Boy Scouts of America

3. College Life to Corporate Life Initiative (C2C)

4. Leadership Development Institutes

5. 50 Million Pound Challenge (Live Well O-Six!)