Formulated in 1934, the Social Action program was conceived by Bro. Elmo M. Anderson to focus on improving the general well being of minority groups. The mission of the International Social Action Program is to encourage social, political and philanthropic leadership that strengthens our respective communities and our membership.
The international program of Social action strengthens our membership by:
Educating Fraternity members on health issues affecting them and their families
Increasing visibility and sense of self-worth by/through serving in the community
Providing unified efforts that address political and community issues and increasing awarness of the legislative process
Involving the membership in fund raising activities that support organizations that share our vision
Promoting health awareness in an effort to prevent health challenges amongst our membership
The international program of Social action transforms our communities by:
Creating awareness of disparities in health and well-being in our communities
Creating political awareness and engagement in the legislative process
Increasing community empowerment through the political process
Fundraising and financial gifts by the fraternity
Social Action Initiatives:
For information please visit our IHQ.