Belleville, NJ – The Montclair Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated donated meals to support healthcare professionals on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. The meal, which consisted of an assortment of pizzas, cold beverages and dessert was donated to the Maternal Care Services team at Clara Maass Medical Center on May 7th, and was shared among the Labor and Delivery, Mother Baby and Post-Partum areas of the Maternal and Child Care Services team.

Kappa Alpha Psi® is the 2nd oldest existing collegiate historically Black Greek Letter Fraternity and the 1st intercollegiate Fraternity incorporated as a national body.  It remains the only Greek letter organization with its Alpha Chapter on Indiana University’s campus.  The Fraternity has over 125,000 members with 700 undergraduate and alumni chapters in nearly every state of the United States, and international chapters in Nigeria, South Africa, the West Indies, the United Kingdom, Germany, Korea and Japan.

Through its worldwide prominence, Kappa Alpha Psi® has had a global impact on events which affect our local communities as well as places around the globe.  Local chapters of Kappa Alpha Psi® participate in community outreach activities to feed the homeless, provide scholarships to young people matriculating to college, serve as mentors to young men, participate in blood drives and serve as hosts of seminars for public health awareness to name a few.  Nationally, Kappa Alpha Psi ® has provided summer enrichment camps and provided funds for St. Jude Medical Research Center to assist in the fight against childhood catastrophic diseases by raising more than $1 Million.  Internationally, Kappa Alpha Psi® members have answered the call to service by proudly serving our military in wars since WWI and raising funds to assist those in need following natural disasters around the world, including hurricanes, tornadoes, typhoons and earthquakes.