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Que-Bucks 2015

Sterling, VA – On February, 9, 2015, the brothers from Sigma Mu Mu Chapter partnered with Sugarland Elementary School to encourage students to read on a daily basis.  The Que-Bucks program ties in with Sugarland Elementary Accelerated Reader Program by engaging students to become more active and avid readers.  For each book read, students earn

Sigma Mu Mu, Martin Luther King Walk

On Monday January 19,2015, the day honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the brothers of Sigma Mu Mu (SMM) Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. participated in the 23rd Annual MLK March and Celebration in Leesburg, Virginia. The march began at the historic Loudoun County Courthouse and ended at the Douglass Community Center. Recognizing

Sigma Mu Mu, and Omicron Kappa Kappa Volunteer at Breast Cancer Walk

Herndon, VA – In a collaborative effort, the members of Sigma Mu Mu (SMM) and Omicron Kappa Kappa (OKK) Chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., were among the volunteers at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church’s (MPBC) inaugural Walking for a Cure 5K Breast Cancer Walk.  The event took place on November 1, 2014 in Herndon,

LINK Thanksgiving Food Distribution Program

Loudoun County, VA – On November 15, 2014, the members of Sigma Mu Mu (SMM) Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., volunteered at Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church in Sterling, VA and participated in the annual LINK Thanksgiving Food Distribution Program. Although the men of SMM were initially scheduled to participate and provide assistance

Backpack Drive

Loudoun County, VA- The first day of school can be very exciting for children. Yet, for kids who do not have school supplies, it may not be a day that they eagerly anticipate. To ensure that school supplies and backpacks are provided for children in need,  The Men of Sigma Mu Mu Chapter and Operation Uplift partners

Santas Workshop

Loudoun County, VA- On Saturday, December 17th, the Sigma Mu Mu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. held its inaugural Santa’s Workshop Toy Drive to benefit U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program at the Super Walmart in Sterling. The members of the Chapter spent over nine hours in the chilling cold


The purpose of Adopt-A-Road is to involve Loudoun County citizens in keeping their local roads clean, safe, and attractive.      

Fatherhood Initiative

Led by Grand Basileus Brother Dr. Andrew Ray, the men of Omega banded together to establish a formal Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiative under the Omega Psi Phi banner. To ensure longevity and sustained effort, the Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiative was made a mandated program of the Fraternity meaning every chapter around the world is required


LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA-  The members of Sigma Mu Mu Chapter visited its adopted elementary school, Sugarland Elementary, to launch its Que-Bucks Program. Led by Brother Kevin McIntyre, the Brothers spent the morning with the students introducing the program. Sigma Mu Mu kicked off the program in true Omega style. In fact, when the Brothers entered


Sigma Mu Mu Chapter identified Sugarland Elementary School (www.lcps.org/sugarland) as a Loudoun County school that served a low-income population with limited resources. The chapter voted to adopt the school. In addition to the Que Bucks program, the chapter has two ongoing programs at the school: Lead By Example and the Free Lunch Program. On Tuesday,

American Diabetes Walk

Many of us have friends and family members who are living with diabetes, and the Association has been the leader in the fight against this life threatening disease since 1940. Since its inception, the Association has invested more than $450 million in research projects and, each year, conducts professional education activities that reach more than

Charles Drew Blood Drive

LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA- On Saturday, June 16th, the members of the Sigma Mu Mu Chapter, their families and the community participated in the chapter’s first Charles Drew Blood Drive. The blood drive was held at Sport & Health in conjunction with INOVA Blood Donor Services and was led by Brother James Hackley and the Health Initiatives