If you missed the event, we invite you to view it here and join with a gift
In 2022, the Alpha Upsilon Lambda (AUL) Educational Foundation of AUL Chapter Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. is celebrated our 26th year hosting the Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Memorial Scholarship Breakfast. Since 1997, AUL has sponsored the annual MLK Memorial Breakfast in honor of our late/great fraternity brother. Proceeds have enabled the fraternity to provide financial assistance to more than 140 studentsduring the period, 1997-2021.
This intent of the breakfast was to:
A. Pay tribute to the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., our fraternity brother.
B. Continue the tradition of raising “Dollars for College Scholars.”
C. Recognize Montgomery area citizens as “King Legacy Advocates”
The Covid-19 pandemic has continued to impact our region, however we continue to strive to be great stewards of our community. This is why we are choosing not to gather in-person but that does not mean we are unable to provide scholarship money to well needed high school, college and graduate students as we have for the past 25 years. I need your help!
Founded on December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has continued to supply voice and vision to the struggle of African Americans and people of color around the world. The fraternity has long stood at the forefront of the African- American community's fight for civil rights, through Alpha men such as Martin Luther King Jr., Adam Clayton Powell, Thurgood Marshall, Andrew Young, Edward Brooke and Cornel West. The fraternity through its college and alumni chapters serves the community through nearly a thousand chapters in the United States, Europe and the Caribbean. Founded in 1934, the Alpha Upsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha has supported scholarship recipients who have attended more than 50 colleges and universities throughout the country.
Alpha Upsilon Lambda Charter Members
H. Councill Trenholm, C. Johnson Dunn, J. Garrick Hardy, Albert E. Fews, Nathan E.
Langford, Augustus Frazier, William O. Nixon, G. Hubert Lockhart, Rufus A. Lewis