The Iota Gamma Sigma chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. has recently donated to the Non-Profit organization; Salamta ARMY Educational Mentorship Program in Kpando, Ghana.
The program provides educational support and mentorship to over 500 students, and the fraternity's donation will go a long way in ensuring that the program continues to impact the lives of these young people.
The CEO of NMS Records Germany, Shareef Cleveland, a new Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity member, was personally nominated by Mama Wia VIII, Queen Mother of Kpando Dafor Ghana, to; raise funds for this initiative. The CEO turned to his line brothers, "Deep Lineage," to push for the fund-raiser and his new chapter brothers of the Iota Gamma Sigma Chapter, Germany. Phi Beta Sigma has a long history of community service and mentorship; their recent donation to the Kpando Salamta ARMY Educational Mentorship Program is just
one example of their commitment to giving back. The fraternity's members are proud to support this vital program and help ensure that Kpando, Ghana youth have access to the educational resources and mentorship they need to succeed.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.; is a historically African American fraternity founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., on January 9, 1914, with members located worldwide. Notable members include the late Honorable Senator John Lewis, Dr. George Washington Carver, Emmitt Smith, Terrence Howard, and Chadwick Boseman of the block-busting Marvel movie Black Panther.