We thank you for taking the time to learn how Delta Tau Lambda Chapter serves the Phoenix metropolitan area through our programs, services and activities.
Our Fraternity Mission Statement is: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence while providing service and advocacy for our communities.
We work with our affiliated nonprofit foundation, the Sphinx Educational Fund (www.sphinxeducationalfund.org), to make a difference in the lives of young people through innovative mentorship programs, partnerships and scholarship opportunities.
We encourage all members of Alpha Phi Alpha to join us in our meetings and the other activities listed on our Calendar. Furthermore, we encourage all of our friends and neighbors to support our activities with your presence and contributions.
Interested in Joining Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.?
If you are interested in joining Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., please fill out our Interested Candidate Form. Our Membership Intake Coordinator Bro. DeMontrez X. Johnson will contact you afterward with more details about our membership process.
Project Alpha Mentoring Program for Teenage Black Males in the Phoenix Area
Do you know a young man in the Phoenix area that needs to be impacted positively by Black men? If you know a young man ages 12 through 17 who needs mentoring and guidance, enroll him in the Project Alpha program.
Project Alpha meets at the Phoenix South Mountain KROC Center located at 1375 E Broadway Rd, Phoenix, AZ.
Click Here for more information on the Project Alpha program.
The Beacon - Our Official Chapter Newsletter
The Beacon newsletter keeps Brothers and local residents informed about how Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Delta Tau Lambda are providing service and advocacy for our communities. Please click on the links below to read our publication.
Click here for the Winter 2017 Issue
Click here for the Winter 2015 Issue
Click here for the Summer 2013 Issue
Click here for the Winter 2013 Issue
Click here for the Winter 2012 Issue