“The 2018-2018-2022 International Program is under the theme Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service. In fact, it is more than a theme, it is our call to Action. It is our call to Service. The time is now, the needs are great, and the opportunities are plentiful”.- Dr. Glenda Glover, International President
Alpha Kappa Alpha will expand its community presence as a result of these targets, which include International Community Impact Days and our international signature enrichment program, #CAP– which is the abbreviation for College Admissions Process and focuses on motivating and assisting young people through the college entry process, along with our chapter’s signature program K.E.Y.S. which stands for Keeping Every Youth Successful- our female mentoring program for young ladies in 6th-8th grades.
– Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. via aka1908.org
I. HBCU for Life: A Call to Action
II. Womens’s Healthcare and Wellness
III. Building Your Economic Legacy
IV. The Arts!
V. Global Impact
PI MU OMEGA CHAPTER SIGNATURE PROGRAMS
Pi Mu Omega Chapter maintains a highly visible presence through service and involvement within our service areas. The chapter has worked to implement various community service programs consistent with the International Programs and goals of the sorority.
Free Mammograms – We partner with NJCEED through Virtua Health 2x a year to register women for free mammograms and screenings.
Sister Will You Help Me? – Our chapter sponsors refreshments and participates in the Willingboro support group (Cooper University Health Care) for survivors and current fighters against cancer (of all types).
MLK Day of Service – This is an annual day of service that is dedicated to spending time with local residents who live in apartments dedicated to people with physical limitations and fellowship with them through entertainment and sharing a meal provided by the chapter.
Neighborhood Noel – Every Christmas season, Pi Mu Omega co-hosts with Sisterhood, Inc. & Brotherhood, Inc. a night of dinner and caroling for the local residents of Burlington City to help spread a little joy and cheer.
#CAP presents: HBCU Summit – the chapter collaborates with the local youth groups to expose young people to attending an HBCU (Historically Black College or University) and how to prepare to enter any university or college post-high school.
African American Read-In – This annual event is to celebrate African American authors in conjunction with the Willingboro Public Library. Every February on the 1st Sunday, Pi Mu Omega invites community members to the Willingboro Public Library to share their love and appreciation for reading by sharing a few excerpts from their favorite African American author or their personal work.
Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast – In conjunction with our charitable arm, PMO, People Motivation Others 501(c)(3), the chapter hosts this breakfast each year to honor Dr. King and those in the community that are doing exemplary community service.
K.E.Y.S. Mentoring Program – Keeping Every Youth Successful is a program where we take an active role in developing scholars and community leaders in middle school-aged young ladies.
People in Film – Our chapter celebrates people of color in the Arts! by supporting cultural events.
She Looks Like Me: Dolls of Color Drive– Members donate dolls of color so we may donate them to local organizations that have young girls who would like a doll that looks like them to love!