Funding the Leaders of Tomorrow…
Why we give scholarships? One of the tenets of Kappa is “Achievement in every field of Human Endeavor” … in order to achieve you need a foundation of knowledge! An academic scholarship unlocks the doors to achieve, to grow, to comprehend the forces of the universe, and prosper by improving one’s level and abilities! Our scholarships make the college and university experience accessible to students who might not otherwise dream of a college education.
Who do we give too? Young African Americans who aspire to achieve in life by going to college and applying their desire to overcome their circumstances and reach for the stars! Focusing on young African American males who are unjustly perceived as not having the abilities to achieve above their social economic status and hampered by society’s misconceptions and negative news portrayals and images. Foundation Scholarships are made possible by contributions from generous donors who believe that deserving students should have a quality education without the financial burden. If You would like to give to Kappa Charitable Trust Memorial Scholarship you can make your donations to Kappa Charitable Trust Fund(KCTF). Please send your checks to our mailing address is P.O. Box 10652, Raleigh NC, 27605. Contributions to the other Three scholarships listed you must contact the families of the Hardie, Holland and Holloway Scholarships. The Foundation is set up for contributions towards scholarship giving for its membership. Members can request a scholarship be set up in his name or in memorial to a family member by contacting the Kappa Charitable trust Fund Board of Directors President. The request will be reviewed and voted on for approval by the Board of Directors.
Giving a donation is achievement through scholarship! A desire to improve the human condition in our community! Its our way to give back to those who must travel the road behind us! It’s the Kappa way!
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Leonard B. Hardie Scholarship
Leonard B. Hardie was a graduate of St. Augustine’s college and a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. As a Founding member of the Raleigh Alumni Chapter, his life long dedication to our fraternity and his beloved alma mater led to the creation of this scholarship in 1998.
J. Mills Holloway Book Scholarship
J. Mills Holloway, a fraternity member in good standing for over 50 years, devoted 42 years of his life to higher education. Thirty six of those years were spent at Saint Augustine College as Vice President of Financial Affairs. The Scholarship named in Brother Holloway’s honor is earmarked for students attending either North Carolina Central University or Saint Augustine College, who have participated in the Kappa Scholars or Beautillion Militaire programs or who are members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Dr. Charles V. Holland Scholarship
Dr. Charles Holland was a graduate of North Carolina Central University and Ohio State University School of Opthamology. Dr. Holland was a longstanding member of the Fraternity and the Raleigh Alumni Chapter. For many years Dr. Holland was an entrepeneur and business person in the Raleigh Community. He also dedicated many years of his life to community and public service as an elected member of the Wake County Board of Education. For over 30 years, he served Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. The Scholarship is named in his honor.
Kappa Charitable Trust Memorial Scholarship
The Kappa Charitable Trust Memorial Scholarship was established in 2008 and is earmarked for two graduating seniors with minimum grade point average of 2.5 Applicants leadership potential must be evidenced by school and community activities.