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Alpha Gamma Omega Chapter has the distinction of being the only chapter in Southern California to own a sorority house. The house, located in the Historic West Adams district of Los Angeles was purchased in 1960. The house is maintained and operated by Alpha Gamma Omega, Inc. and is used for chapter meetings and various community activities.
From the time of its chartering in 1927, Alpha Gamma Omega Chapter has been involved with community issues and activities. Some past and current projects include the Los Angeles Job Corps, United Negro College Fund, reading projects in local schools, annual health fairs, joint chapter activities, Los Angeles Marathon, Southeast Symphony and Midnight Mission.
The Ivy Heritage Foundation was established in 1999 and is a 501 © (3) organization. The foundation provides financial support to the charitable projects and programs of Alpha Gamma Omega Chapter solely or in collaboration with other service agencies. Through the foundation, Alpha Gamma Omega provides scholarships annually to local high school graduates who are accepted to colleges and universities throughout the United States.
The members of Alpha Gamma Omega Chapter along with the other over 260,000 members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority are committed to high ethical standards and service to all mankind.
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