Greetings from the President
On behalf of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Beta Pi Omega Chapter, we greet and thank you for visiting our website! Beta Pi Omega has served communities in Pulaski County, Arkansas since March 13,1937.
Over the past four years, Beta Pi Omega has been a leader in the community providing “Service to All Mankind” even in the face of a global pandemic. Some examples of our chapter’s service include:
Awarding more than $100,000 in scholarships to students attending college including more than $20,000 to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs);
Preparing a minimum of 200 students for college with 50 seniors admitted and attending college;
Providing 20,000 hours educating women regarding mental health awareness, breast cancer awareness, healthy eating, healthcare, and wellness in general;
Providing in excess of 1500 volunteer hours educating the community regarding their financial legacy, including monitoring credit reports, savings clubs, and building credit, to name a few;
Purchasing over $50,000 in goods and services from Black-owned businesses;
Exposing 10,000 students and over 20,000 members of the community to the benefits of reading African American authors, the Arts, Black Art, and the Harlem Renaissance; and
Providing assistance locally and globally to 1500 persons who received over 1200 pairs of eyeglasses,1000 pairs of shoes, and 650 little dresses.
Beta Pi Omega Chapter members spent more than 30,000 volunteer hours in service even in the face of a global pandemic. We have truly embraced our sorority’s purpose. We have served You!
Finally, we also take this opportunity to introduce our new International President Dannette Anthony Reed! She will lead our great sisterhood for the next 4 years. President Reed’s administration theme is “Soaring to Greater Heights of Service and Sisterhood!” We invite you to visit our international website at aka1908.com to learn more about our new service program initiatives.
Yours in Service,
Joy C. Springer