Affiliates

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.

Wilmington Alumni Chapter

On January 5, 1911, the Fraternity then became known as Kappa Alpha Nu, possibly as a tribute to the Black students of 1903 (the Alpha Kappa Nu Greek Society) who preceded them at Indiana University.  These men of vision decided Kappa Alpha Nu would be more than another social organization. It would be the only Greek-letter organization founded with the concept of achievement.  Kappa Alpha Nu began uniting college men of culture, patriotism and honor in a Bond of Fraternity.  Primarily, under the efforts and leadership of the calm, methodical, and philosophical Elder W. Diggs and the critical, and scholarly Byron K. Armstrong, the Kappa Alpha Nu Fraternity was founded. 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity,Inc.Wilmington(DE) Alumni Chapter

Wilmington Alumni Chapter

The Wilmington Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., the third alumni chapter chartered in the Northeastern Province, was hired on Saturday, March 8, 1947, at the Walnut Street YMCA at 10th and Walnut Street in Wilmington, Delaware. The charter was presented to the chapter by Dr. Idel William Edward Taylor, a native of Lewes, Delaware, and a graduate of Howard High School.

While serving as a newly appointed executive at the Walnut Street YMCA, The Reverend John B. Redomond, Jr., who is primarily responsible for the chartering of the Wilmington (DE) Alumni Chapter, began the process in January 1946. One year later, on January 30, 1947, the Grand Board of Directors unanimously approved the charter petition.

 

 

      

 

The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement

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The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement         

 

Executives (NOBLE) is a membership group of primarily black law enforcement CEOs and command level officials local, state, county, and federal government. Headquartered in Washington, DC, it has 57 chapters in the United States.

The Delaware NOBLE Chapter, one of the 57 chapters, consists of law enforcement and public safety officials from federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, civilian criminal justice practitioners, DSU academic scholars, and   DSU students majoring in sociology, criminal justice, and related majors.

The Links Inc, Wilmington(DE)Chapter

Founded on April 10, 1948, the Wilmington (DE) Chapter of The Links. Inc., has spent the past 64 years working on service projects designed to enhance the quality of life for the residents in the Wilmington community. Twelve civic-minded women, already active in various other organizations, comprised the founding group. This group was headed by the chapter’s first president Link Alice Brown. The establishment of this chapter marked the third of the new organization, The Links, Inc., which was fast becoming a chain of civic-minded women in various parts of the country. Today, the Wilmington Chapter boast a membership of 43 Links under the leadership of the current president, Link Karen Ingram.

The Achievers Program

The Achievement Center

One of the essential benefits of participating in the Achievers' program is the opportunity to receive financial scholarships for usage upon college entry or entry into a post-secondary institution.  

Since its inception in 1987, the Achievers' program has awarded more than $670,000 to young African American males entering educational institutions post-high school graduation.  Many of our benefactors are individual contributors who are committed to advancing the image of African American men.

Wilmington Hope Commission

The Achievement Center

Mission Statement :  The Wilmington HOPE Commission, along with its partners will develop, promote, evaluate and advocate for meaningful strategies focusing on the revitalization of Wilmington’s most underserved communities.

Vision Statement : The Wilmington HOPE Commission serves as a catalyst for change that strives to inspire our community partners to work together in the creation of vibrant neighborhoods that strengthen family bonds promote civic pride and empower residents to engage in community transformation.