The Pi Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Sorority served breakfast at the crack of dawn to nurses and support staff at the Orange Park Medical Center this week. 150 breakfasts were served along with high fives and air kisses from Grumpy’s Diner in appreciation for the hard work. Shown (l-r) on the frontlines are Genell Mills, Clorinde Miller, Walette Stanford, Charlotte Lingard-Young, Barbara Coleman and Jackie Wright.
Sigma Gamma Rho Join Legislators for Food Give-a-Way:
State legislators in partnership with FarmShare recently presented a ‘Pop the Trunk’ free food distribution on the Northside. Held in a church parking lot on Edgewood Avenue. Volunteer served hundreds of lined cars who received groceries. No walk-ups were allowed. Shown are volunteers from Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority (l-) Kamaria Williams, Michelle banks and Diamond Fisher.
Fraternity Brothers Food Drive Hotline Helps 100’s in Need
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. chapters Theta Phi Chapter, Chi Chapter, Alpha Delta Mu Chapter sent a call out for families affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic. The Fraternity’s ‘904’ hotline received hundreds of calls and email request for assistance. Food Drive recipients received one bag per household and special considerations were made for seniors and handicap individuals. More than 200 families had groceries delivered to their front door. Individual bags were filled with vegetables, poultry, snacks and frozen items. Deliveries were scheduled by zip code and the brothers teamed up to make the front door relief effortless.
Groceries were retrieved from the Center for Sustainable Agricultural Excellence and Conservation Warehouse located on Astoria Court. “This pandemic is something we’ve never seen in our lifetime, as member of this fraternity it was only mandatory that we take time to assist our brothers, sisters, seniors and families in this time of need,” said Fraternity member Tony Hill.” Shown is the Frost Family receiving groceries from Omega Psi Phi Fraternity members.