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Delta Eta c/o Geras Artis
125 S. 46th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19139
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These are some of the Delta Eta Chapter Programs that will benefit from your generous purchase or donation.
Guide Right Programming
The Delta Eta Chapter Guide Right programming is faithful to the focus and objectives of our mandated Guide Right program.
“The focus of Guide Right, from its inception, was to provide scholarships to needy and talented students, and to inform young people of the professions and other career options.” – Guide Right Service Program
The Crimson and Cream Scholarship
The Crimson and Cream Scholarship is the Delta Eta Chapter’s opportunity to financially support Black male college bound high school seniors selected from high schools in the Philadelphia area. The scholarship is typically awarded at the chapter’s Annual Crimson and Cream Scholarship Ball.
University Day Tours
We are developing a special university tour geared to welcome select High School age Kappa Leaguers and Philadelphia Area college bound black students to see our campuses but also discuss college life with black collegians at our charter and member universities. Execution has been delayed due to the pandemic.
“To inspire service in the public interest”
This objective means every Kappa Alpha Psi is committed to promote, fund and personify service leadership.
St. Jude Virtual Sunday of Hope
“The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment.” – St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Children admitted are cared for free charge and St Jude is the leading Sickle Cell Anemia research institution for in the world. We still have committed to raising funds for a donation to this fantastic health care institution in lieu of the of our normal Kappa Alpha Psi St. Jude Sunday of Hope .
“We want to understand what the ballot means for us, including the ballot measures” – Polemarch Geras Artis
We supported Kappa Alpha Psi partnership with Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote initiative by knocking on doors in Philadelphia and by registering our classmates to vote.
We do not want to lose focus as midterm and odd year elections impact Pennsylvania and Philadelphia so we have started discussions with local political leaders the first of which was with our fraternity Brother Honorable Philadelphia City Councilman Derek Green.