The Arlington-Grand Prairie Guide Right Foundation Kappa Leaguers participating in a can good drive at TJ’s Catfish in Arlington, Texas on October 25, 2016. Their charitable organization was the Arlington-Grand Prairie Guide Right Foundation and Tarrant County Food Bank.

The purpose and focus for this program is to do a fundraiser for a charitable organization by displaying the following:

-Leadership Skills
-Group Dynamics
-Social Media

During the community service project, the Kappa Leaguers met several goals:

1. They collected over 1000 can goods!!
2. They learned how to utilize leadership skills, group dynamic skills, and social media in organizing the can good drive in order to help needy families in the community and to support National World Food Day October 16, 2016 and National Childhood Hunger Day.
3. They supported a black owned business (TJ's Catfish & Wings in Arlington Texas)


On November 18-19, 2016 the Arlington-Grand Prairie Guide Right Foundation and Kappa Leaguers completed a turkey drive based on the “Each One Feed One Campaign.” Several sponsors donated to this campaign.

The purpose of this event was for the Kappa Leaguers to collect donations for needy families.

Learn to Live Picture 2016

On Monday, November 15, 2016, the Mobile Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, as well as the Mobile Alumni Chapter Guide Right Programs (Kappa Knight and Kappa League), hosted a “Learn to Live” program with the Mobile Police Department. Thanks to Officer Curtis Graves, for representing the MPD.

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., "Learn 2 Live" is a collaborative effort with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (Noble) to formally address one of the most critical issues affecting people of color in the United States. Incidents of racial profiling, a lack of comprehensive policies, a lack of trust and legitimacy within the community, and the increasing frequency of tragic outcomes between law enforcement and persons of color have produced an environment of anger and frustration.

The "Learn 2 Live" provided those who attend the following information:

  • Increased awareness on law enforcement and community policing
  • Factual understanding of legal rights
  • Practical strategies and tools to utilize when dealing with police
  • Opportinityfor more desirable outcomes when encountering law enforcement officials.

The “Learn to Live” program was lead by Mobile Kappa Leaguer, Johnathan Maize, who serves as the first-vice president. Closing remarks were give by the Polemarch of the Mobile Alumni Chapter, Mr. Frank Rodgers Jr. A special thanks to The Lovely Ladies of Psi for attending the event as well. There were 70 youth who attended the event. A total of 30 pizzas were purchased for the refreshments following the event.

Submitted by: Renado Pettaway, Director of Public Relations for the Mobile Kappa League