Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity

Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity (PKP) have joined together in a multi-year initiative to encourage all PKP members to positively impact their local communities through involvement with Boys & Girls Clubs.

As a part of this initiative, leaders within BGCA and PKP are working together to raise awareness of the issues facing America’s young people and to promote service by Phi Kappa Psi members and alumni.

About Phi Kappa Psi
Founded in 1852, Phi Kappa Psi is a national fraternity, which currently has over 100 active chapters and colonies at colleges across the United States of America. These groups contain roughly 5,000 undergraduate men. PKP has approximately 71,000 living alumni. There are approximately 40 active alumni associations spread across the country.

The PKP motto, "The Great Joy of Serving Others," is exemplified by a commitment to community service. PKP was founded upon this ideal and it is their belief that service to one’s community helps develop integrity and is the greatest compliment to education. There is no more powerful way to affect the world than a member's care for his community and fellow man. Therefore, service and PKP go hand in hand. To find out more about the history and vision of PKP, visit them online at

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