Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. – Rho Kappa Lambda (RKL) Chapter marked the 18th anniversary of the chapter’s founding by distributing food to needy families this month.
More than 20 of the fraternity brothers gathered at Salem Missionary Baptist Church in Lilburn to box fresh vegetables and perishables for families in need.
The fraternity participated in a host of service activities each year since the chapter was founded on Dec. 8, 2000. The chapter partners with its companion, the RKL Education Foundation, to support the Future Men of Distinction mentoring program for ages 13-19; the Alpha Youth Academy partnership with Gwinnett County Juvenile Justice; multi-level voter registration programs; partnerships with the Gwinnett County Public Schools; and much more. After another successful community service effort, the members of RKL met for a celebratory lunch that included two of its Chapter Charter members, Dewayne Eason and Jerry Pope Jr. To learn more about the Gwinnett Alphas or to partner in support of Gwinnett County and beyond, visit http://www.rhokappalambda.org/.