Kappa Alpha Psi has an incredible opportunity to gain exposure at the 2019 Tournament of Roses parade, led this year by tournament President and Brother Gerald Freeny (Upsilon 1981).
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This campaign exists to raise the necessary funds for the construction of a Kappa Alpha Psi float.
This fundraising effort seeks to raise the estimated cost of the float through contributions to the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation.
The goal is easily achieved with 1,911 Kappas donating $150 each.
Kappa Alpha Psi has a tremendous opportunity to gain exposure before an international audience as the first NPHC fraternity to participate in the parade.
Kappa can raise its image and profile in ways that can showcase our programs, foster new corporate partnerships & sponsors, and aid in reclamation & membership efforts.
Your contribution is a gift to the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation ("Foundation").
The Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization with a charitable purpose of "investing in programs and initiatives that increase educational access, opportunity, achievement and advancement for youth in under-served communities."
Your contribution's email confirmation serves as proof of payment. For a formal receipt, contact the Foundation at thekappafoundation.org.
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Yes. A payment processing fee of 3% applies per donation. The remainder will be forwarded to the Foundation.
In the unforeseen event that the effort fails to accumulate the funds necessary to complete the float project, all money collected will remain in the possession of the Foundation for discretionary use in its programs and initiatives.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. is an organization founded upon the concept of achievement, with over 125,000 members in 700 undergraduate and alumni chapters throughout the world.
The Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation has a mission to identify and invest in opportunities that engage young people in leading the social, economic and educational transformation of undeserved and underrepresented communities.
Brother Gerald Freeny (Upsilon 1981) is the first African-American to serve as President for the Tournament of Roses.
He has taken steps to include fraternity members in the 2019 parade, including Kappa-led HBCU marching bands and Kappas in the music and entertainment industry
The Tournament of Roses has been a New Year's Day tradition for over a century, and is enjoyed by an estimated audience of 50 million viewers.
“The 2019 theme, ‘The Melody of Life,’ celebrates music, the universal language,” shared Tournament President Gerald Freeny. “Music has the power to not only bring us together but take us back to memories and moments as nothing else can. Rhythm, melody, harmony and color all come together to create the soundtrack that defines our lives.”
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