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Raymond Pace Alexander Scholarship Foundation 


Psi Chapter has long been dedicated to the support of scholarship and academic excellence. As such, we have founded the Raymond Pace Alexander Scholarship Foundation, which provides high-achieving graduating young Black males in the Philadelphia area with scholarships to help them defray the costs of their post-secondary education. This scholarship serves as an opportunity for us to give back to our community that has given so much to us. In 2019, we awarded the inaugural Raymond Pace Alexander Scholarship to Derrick Dow, an Alumnus of Roman Catholic High School.















In conjunction with Psi Chapter's Centennial celebration, we are now embarking on a significant fundraising effort to endow this Foundation with substantial funds to award scholarships and deliver meaningful impact into the foreseeable future. Our fundraising goal sits at $100,000 to endow this fund well into the future. 


What we need from you:

  • Donate!  Give what you can; any amount is appreciated.  Suggested minimum = $100; suggested target = $500.  Donations over $1000 will receive special recognition.  All donations may be eligible for charitable tax deduction as we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

  • Matching and Corporate Donations:  Inquire with your company if they can match your donation towards this scholarship.  Also inquire if they are willing/able to provide their own support of this non-profit organization

  • Spread the word!  Tell your line brothers and other friends and family inside and outside the fraternity about this worthwhile cause and solicit their support.


More details are forthcoming about how and where you can donate.


Raymond Pace Alexander Scholarship Foundation - Board of Directors

Bro. Montell D. Brown - President and Founder

Bro. Eric Apple - Director

Bro. Mark Ball - Director

Bro. Tom Driver - Director

Bro. Shane Nelson - Director

Bro. Victor Scotti Jr. - Director


Please contact the foundation at with any questions comments, or concerns.


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