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Nu Upsilon Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., the Links of Delaware, the Coalition of 100 Black Women of Delaware, in collaboration with Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester and Joan F. Coker, MD sponsored a Community Food Giveaway at the P. S. DuPont Middle School in Wilmington, DE.
75 volunteers converged on the school’s parking lot to sort food and prepare bags/boxes of perishable/non-perishable items for distribution to families in need. The food items included fresh vegetables; dry goods such as cereal, pasta, and oatmeal; fresh chicken; fresh loaf bread; Dove candy; orange juice and lemonade; and bagged snacks.
Nu Upsilon Chapter, wearing a variety of purple and gold were quite visible.
Our men assisted in filling bags/boxes, directing traffic, organizing used and useless containers, and representing the best of our Cardinal Principles through kind words. Providing service to uplift the community has been a trademark of Nu Upsilon Chapter. When the community calls, Nu Upsilon answers!
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Since its humble beginnings on the 700 Block of Walnut Street, Nu Upsilon Chapter continues to be on the front line, leveraging its power, influence with nearly 70 years of commitment to the uplift of our people and our communities.
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Wilmington University Scholarship
NuUpsilon.org chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. has been a stalwart in New Castle County for over 60 years. Nu Upsilon in partnership with Wilmington University will provide one high school student from a Delaware high school with a full scholarship to attend Wilmington University.
Wilmington University has a graduate center named after one of our beloved founders, Woodrow Wilson. His impact on the community and the city of Wilmington, Delaware as a whole continues to leave a footprint and has blazed trails for the men of Nu Upsilon Chapter in a big way.