united by Supporting historically Black
fraternities and sororities since 2017.
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building We partner with local fraternal organizations
to help them accomplish their missions.
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of the Phoenix population is in poverty
one of the highest rates of extreme poverty in Arizona
1 in 0
children struggle with hunger in Arizona
As many as 250,000 children in Maricopa County
homeless individuals
in Maricopa County, record number
How we help.

We invest in four key areas

Support NPHC Organizations

Civic Engagement

We support the historically Black fraternities and sororities in the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). The nine NHPC organizations have thousands of chapters and hundreds of thousands of members. We partner with chapters to help them reach their full potential and meet their service goals.


Educational Access

Our organization provides scholarships to high achieving college students. The eligibility criteria includes membership or seeking membership in one of the nine NPHC organizations and has completed at least 40 hours of community service.


Economic Empowerment

An astonishing one in five children struggle with hunger in Arizona. We partner with a Phi Beta Sigma fraternity chapter to run a community center in Phoenix, where we provide clothing, food distributions, and mentoring support to underserved and needy families.


Healthy Lifestyles

Thousands of people are currently homeless in Arizona. Our cultural center provides safe studio-style housing to a homeless individual.

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