Omega Phi Alpha Foundation
The Omega Phi Alpha Foundation empowers the members of Omega Phi Alpha National Service Sorority to create meaningful impact in the world through leadership, education, and volunteer service while developing lifetime friendships.
Established in 2019 as a 501(c)(3), the Foundation provides a means for members of Omega Phi Alpha, their families, and other community members to further the sorority’s mission through tax-deductible gifts. Funds received are used to develop leadership, provide service to humanity, and strengthen skills that build and promote meaningful friendships at the chapter, district, and national levels.
Omega Phi Alpha Foundation donors are passionate about their giving. The Foundation has worked to create giving opportunities within the annual fund that fit your desired priorities.
All gifts made to the annual fund are unrestricted gifts and include but are not limited to the priorities listed below, and all gifts can also be made in honor or in memory of a friend, sorority member, or family member.
supports the operational and staffing needs of the Foundation & Sorority
supports leadership workshops and events for collegiate and alumnae members
supports collegiate chapter service projects and national service project initiatives
Scholarships and Education
supports the Pamela McCullough McEwen Memorial Scholarship
Donate to the Foundation
Donations by check
Make out a check payable to “Omega Phi Alpha Foundation” and then mail it to the address below.
Omega Phi Alpha National Office
P.O. Box 955
East Lyme, CT 06333
Online donations using a credit card can be made through PayPal or Venmo.
Bringing the Omega Phi Alpha Foundation to reality was a lifelong dream of former National President and “treasurer/VP Finance for life,” the late Pamela McCullough McEwen (Epsilon).
Pam longed for a way for Omega Phi Alpha to accept tax-deductible donations, apply for grants, and receive employer-matching contributions, ensuring that the members of Omega Phi Alpha would have the resources necessary to make a meaningful impact on the world through service.
We joyfully celebrate that on April 8, 2019, Pam’s dream came true.
The Foundation Board of Directors is comprised of Omega Phi Alpha alumnae who provide strategic oversight for the Foundation’s programs.
If you are inspired by the mission of the Omega Phi Alpha Foundation and would like to volunteer your time to assist, please let us know!