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The Norfolk Alumni Chapter (NAC) Save Our Youth Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization established for helping youth and adults in South Hampton Roads communities.

The Foundation was founded by members of the Norfolk (VA) Alumni Chapter, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. The Foundation's purposes include:

  • award scholarships to deserving and qualified high school graduates
  • support mentoring and tutoring programs for at risk students
  • provide basic emergency subsistence resources to low income adults

Mission

The Norfolk (VA) Alumni Chapter Save Our Youth Foundation, Inc. (NAC SOYF) is a non-profit charitable 501(c)(3) corporation established to help youth and adults in South Hampton Roads communities. It is devoted to providing scholarships, mentoring and tutoring service, and emergency financial subsistence support to distress low income families.

Vision

Improve the social, educational and economical prospect of low income and at risk youth and adults in South Hampton Roads communities.

Goals

The Foundation, in conjunction with the Norfolk (VA) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., will support and sponsor mentoring and tutoring programs, provide scholarships and emergency assistance to at risks and low income youth and adults.

The Foundation will solicit funds from individuals, corporations and other foundations to increase the dollar amount of scholarships and grants to deserving South Hampton Roads youths and adults.

The Foundation will develop long-rang activities and programs that will appeal to a broad range base of potential contributors.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the NAC-Save Our Youth Foundation, Inc.?

The NAC-Save Our Youth Foundation, Inc., is a voluntary nonprofit charity that provide scholarships, mini-grants, and educational and emergency subsistence assistance to needy youth and adults in Hampton Roads. As a public charity, we have provided more than $120,000 in scholarships and grants since 2006. The Foundation was established in 2005 by members of the Norfolk (VA) Alumni Chapter, Kappa alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. as a philanthropic instrument to provide funding for scholarship, Guide Right Programs, and mentoring initiatives.

How do the Foundation funds work?

All funds are used exclusively for charitable purposes to provide scholarships and grants to students and other nonprofits. Funds share a modest administrative cost which is generally less than 3%.

What geographic areas does the Foundation Serve?

The Foundation focuses primarily on the Hampton Roads cities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Hampton, and Newport News.

Who governs the Foundation?

A twelve member Board of Directors governs the Foundation and approves all scholarships, grants and donations as well as the overall distribution of funds.

How do I make a gift to the Foundation?

You can make a gift of any size today or into the future to the Foundation by calling 757-650-0174. The foundation accepts cash (currency, coins, checks, money orders, bank drafts, etc), securities (bonds, stocks, etc), non-cash gifts, real property, inventions, patents and copyrights, life insurance, wills, bequests, and devices. If you donate $20,000 or more you can create a named fund and specify the purpose. Smaller gifts are added to the Foundation's general asset fund for scholarships, grant making, and other charitable donations.

What types of funds can be established?

The Foundation offers a variety of simple options including:

  • Current Fund-donations to be used over a non-specific time period.
  • Endowed Fund-fund in which the principal is invested, and only the interest is available for distribution.
  • Deferred-funds are used at a later date. This applies primarily to gifts as a result of estate planning.

How does the Foundation benefit the community?

We award scholarships to deserving and qualified high school graduates to offset the cost of their education, and support mentoring program that assist students in improving their education, and chances for a successful life. The foundation sponsors programs that educate the community, provide cultural and recreational activities that youth and adults in the community participate.

What programs do the Foundation provide in the community?

Annually, the Foundation sponsors its Black History Month Community Service Awards Program and its Swinging for Our Youth Golf Classic. These two programs provide fund for the Foundation.

What should I do if I want to make a gift to the Foundation?

You should contact the President of the foundation at 757-650-0174.

What is the vision of the Foundation?

The foundation's vision is to improve the social, educational, and economic prospect of youth and adults in Hampton Roads.

Publications

Foundation Brochure

2015 Black History Month Program

2014 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report

2012 Annual Report

2011 Annual Report

2010 Annual Report

2009 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

2007 Annual Report

Initiatives

Mentoring and Guide Right

The Foundation supports Mentoring and Guide Right services in Coordination with the Chapter's "Save Our Youth Initiative" and "Adopt-A-School Initiative" with Norfolk Public Schools.

Annual Swinging for Our Youth Golf Classic

Annually the Foundation sponsors a golf tournament to support the Foundation's scholarship fund.

Guide Right Programs

The Foundation supports various Guide Right programs including the Norfolk Public Schools Adopt-A-School initiative started in 1997. Additionally, support is provided to the Kappa Instructional Leadership league which help young men of school age to grow and develop their leadership abilities, and to provide both challenging and rewarding cultural experiences which enhance their lives.

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2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President

William H. Milligan, III

Project Manager
Livas Group Architect, Inc.
Norfolk, VA

Vice President

A. Keith Chapman, Sr.

Broadcast Media Advertising Executive

Treasurer

Robert Campbell, Jr., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Eastern Virginia Medical School
Norfolk, VA

Financial Secretary

Timothy Lamb

Management/Manpower Analyst
US Fleet Forces Command

Secretary

George F. Reed, Ph.D.

President
G. and L. Associates Consulting
Chesapeake, VA

Director

Reverend Joshua N. King, Sr.

Senior Pastor
Zio Baptist Church
Hampton, VA

Director

Colonel Jason E. Kelly, PMP

District Commander
US Army Corps of Engineers
Norfolk District
Norfolk, VA

Director

Clarence F. Nelson, Jr.

Development Officer
Office of Institutional Development
Virginia State University
Petersburg, VA

Director

John E (JP) Paige

Business Development Consultant
Family Systems, Inc.
Norfolk, VA

Director

Hughes Valmond

Professional School Counselor
Booker T. Washington High School
Norfolk, VA

Director

Lewis T. Williams

Retired Banker
Virginia Beach, VA

Charter Board Members

Carray Banks, Jr., Ph.D.

Charles A. Brockett

Kevin B. Clark

William H. Milligan, III

Clarence F. Nelson, Jr.

George F. Reed

Franklin L. Smith, Ed.D.

Joseph L. Wiggins