African American Organizations in Loudoun
Currently there are several African American organizations highly active in the Loudoun County community. Their focus is on cultural activities and community service. Below you can find more information if you are interested in getting involved or attending any of their events.
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority: The Loudoun County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta was chartered in April 2009 and is comprised of over fifty sorors representing diverse and dynamic skills and abilities. The organization offers a variety of events that provide fun and fellowship as well as programs and projects which support the Loudoun County community. Visit www.lcacdst.org for more information.
- Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity: The Dulles-Leesburg Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi was chartered in March 2009. The chapter contains professionals in Education, Government, Law Enforcement, Medicine, National Defense, Technology, and the Military. By sharing life experiences and collective expertise in various disciplines, the organization seeks to positively affect the lives of Loudoun residents and in particular the youth. For more information and to view upcoming events you may visit www.dlkapsi.org.
- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority: The Phi Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta engages in a wide variety of programs and services to the Loudoun County community through: sponsorship of auxiliary groups, supporting the scholarship of county students, community service to the needy and charitable organizations, social support and interaction in community events. More information can be found at www.phiupsilonzeta.org.
- Jack and Jill of America: The Loudoun County Virginia Chapter of Jack and Jill of America was formed in 2001, and is committed to the celebration and education of the children and community of Loudoun County. More information can be found at www.jackandjill.charsoft.com/lcvc.
- NAACP: The Loudoun County Branch of the NAACP has been active in Loudoun County since 1940 where it was instrumental in helping to build the county’s first black high school, Douglass High. Currently its membership enjoys the contributions of a diverse set of individuals that are willing to stand up for those who are in need of support, particularly our youth. Visit www.naacploudoun.org for meeting dates and a list of community programs and activities.
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