Join Rho Education Foundation in Changing Lives
Rho Education Foundation is based in the city of Philadelphia
Celebrating the academic achievement of young African American males
Logan Legacy Breakfast
In memory of celebrated cleric Brother Canon Father Thomas W. S. Logan, Sr.
Alpha Phi Alpha
The Mighty Rho Chapter is respected in Philadelphia and the Fraternity
The Rho Education Foundation provides scholarships to young men who are entering college for the first time and to those who are continuing to pursue their undergraduate degree at two and four year institutions. The Foundation was set up to provide a non profit entity to raise money for scholarships for Mighty Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
The Logan Legacy Breakfast (3/18/17)
The Logan Legacy prayer breakfast is in memory of Brother Canon Father Thomas W. S. Logan, Sr. He was a celebrated cleric, beloved in Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, and an iconic leader and servant in the City of Philadelphia. At his death in 2012, he was the oldest living/active African American Episcopal priest, and the oldest living Alpha (100 years old) with the longest service in membership, 79 years. The Rho Education Foundation of Rho Chapter Alpha Phi AlphaFraternity, Inc. presents this prayer breakfast to honor his memory and life’s work. He was a man dedicated to uplifting the lives of others and faithful in all of his pursuits and was an extraordinary example for all of us to follow. Our 2017 Keynote Speaker is Dr. Randal D. Pinkett, Chairman and CEO of BCT Partners and Season 4 Winner of The Apprentice.
The Rho Chapter Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated present its’ annual Dr. O. Wilson Winters Scholarship and Awards program, a celebration of the academic achievement of young African American males. Scholarship and social uplift are the hallmarks of Alpha men worldwide and it is our aim to continue in tradition.
As a chapter filled with educators at all levels of the academic spectrum from principals, teachers and professors to presidents, vice presidents and deans, Rho Chapter knows firsthand the challenge in educating the youth of today, and are poised to reverse the negative trends that have come to represent African American males nationally. The Dr. O. Wilson Winters Scholarship and Awards Program is just one way that Rho Chapter demonstrates its commitment to encourage and support Black males to commit and complete both their high school and college degrees, assisting in removing barriers that may prevent them from discovering the possibilities afforded to college educated men.