Greetings, Brothers and Friends.

Thank you on behalf of the Pi Kappa Kappa (PKK) Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated for visiting our website.

PKK Chapter promotes Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift in our efforts to positively impact the lives of youth and disadvantaged families of the Lower Camden County and Northern Gloucester County area. The brothers of PKK are committed to upholding the principles, standards and traditions of Omega as we execute Omega’s National Mandated Programs which include: Assault on Illiteracy, College Endowment, NAACP, Memorial Service, Scholarship, Social Action, Talent Hunt, Reclamation & Retention, Voter Registration, and Health Initiatives. Pi Kappa Kappa is a chapter in the 2nd District of the Fraternity which includes NJ, PA, DE, MD and NY.

PKK aims to make a difference in our community through our commitment to youth programs, our featured program is our HBCU college fair held in Nov. reaching college-bound students they are awarded scholarships, and application waivers. Providing awareness and support for health issues, with our Dr. Charles Drew Blood Drive in conjunction with the local Rotary. Scholarship remains the key pillar of the chapter while fundraising serves as the cornerstone for our programs. Throughout the chapter’s rich history, we have recognized many people in the community that are making a difference.

If you are reading this welcome statement on the PKK website, it could only mean two things. You are already a proud member of PKK looking for current chapter news and events, or you are looking to establish ties with this great chapter. If your case is the latter, please contact the PKK Chapter Reclamation Chairman, Leon Briscoe at (609) 314-0141. We the members of PKK welcome you with open arms!

Fraternally,

Harold Hill Basileus,
Pi Kappa Kappa Chapter
2018-2019

 

Pi KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER FACTS

"LOWER CAMDEN COUNTY QUES!"

 

1997

The Pi Kappa Kappa Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was founded in Sicklerville, New Jersey on April 17, 1997.
 
 

1996

After much thought, the visionary, Brother Bobby Harris consulted with several inactive fraternity members because he felt there was a need for a chapter in Sicklerville, New Jersey, which would serve the suburban areas of Camden and Gloucester Counties. Via written correspondence, Brother Harris contacted and organized an initial meeting, which was held on October 24, 1996 at The Carolina Beauty Supply Co., his place of business.
 
 

Members

The Strength of our Chapter lies In The diversity of our membership. We have Brothers of various ages and professional backgrounds in Military Service, Law, Medicine, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Technology, Finance, Politics, Law Enforcement, Education and Non-Profit Leadership.
 
 

Programs

During the past 23 years, Pi Kappa Kappa Chapter has carried out the four cardinal principals of the fraternity; Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance and Uplift. Activities have been initiated in many of the areas public schools, churches, and in the communities of the Lower Camden County region.
 

SUPPORT US

Together we can continue providing services that empower and transform the lives in our community.  We rely on the generosity of people like you to support our organization.  Help us strengthen our advocacy by donating funds to address current issues, concerns, and needs that impact our community.