In the Community

Alpha Phi Alpha Members Attend 2019 MLK Breakfast 

Members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity pictured with NC Gov. Roy Cooper at the 2019 MLK Breakfast. 

Christmas Toy Drive for the Greensboro Men’s Club

The Greensboro Men’s Club recently donated toy items and a monetary gift to the Salvation Army Organization of Greensboro for their Christmas Angel Tree Project. The Greensboro Men’s Club, founded in 1929, is comprised of 40 professional men who use their vast skills and resources to improve the quality of life in our community. The Salvation Army’s mission is to help people in need by providing food, shelter, clothing and other resources in our community throughout the year. Pictured are the members of the Greensboro Men’s Club and the Coordinator of the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Project, Mrs. Carole Wisnant.

Food Drive for the Greensboro Men’s Club

The Greensboro Men’s Club recently donated canned food items and a monetary gift to the Blessed Table Food Pantry of Greensboro. The Greensboro Men’s Club, founded in 1929, is comprised of 40 professional men who use their vast skills and resources to improve the quality of life in our community. The Blessed Table Food Pantry’s mission is to help feed the hungry in our community with over 4,000 bags of food given out annually. Pictured are the members of the Greensboro Men’s Club and volunteers of the Blessed Table Food Pantry.

MDRT members Give Back to New Orleans Homeowners

On June 13, 2015, 96 MDRT members from 17 different countries united with one common goal: to complete home renovation projects for people in New Orleans who are still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Katrina. The MDRT Foundation also awarded a $50,000 grant to the service project partner, St. Bernard Project, a charitable organization based in New Orleans that has rebuilt 900 homes since 2006. “We believe people are hard-wired to fix and solve and help, which is why it was so inspiring to see MDRT volunteers from around the globe joining in our mission to rebuild disaster-impacted communities,” said Elizabeth Egle, development manager at St. Bernard. The $50,000 grant will bring two more hardworking families back to the home they own, 10 years after Hurricane Katrina.”

Kappa Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Named March of Babies Alumni Chapter of the Year 

The Kappa Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha was named the 2014 March of Babies Alumni Chapter of the Year. 

N.C. Department of Insurance Advisory Committee

Members of the N.C. Department of Insurance Advisory Committee. 

Million Dollar Roundtable - Finance & Investment Committee 

Members of the Million Dollar Roundtable Finance and Investment Committee.