Omega Men for Homeless Men (OMFHM) is a social action program created in 2010 by Alpha Omega Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.... read more →
12:00 pm Alpha Omega Men’s Health Day and...
Alpha Omega Men’s Health Day and...
Jun 24 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Assist fathers in becoming mentally in tune with themselves and their families, educate fathers and families on healthy financial literacy, child support and healthy relationship. Hereby, improving lives and offering tools of success to benefit families and communities in the District. In our preliminary discussions, Bro. Dr. Ed Baldwin has agreed to take the lead on developing a module we can use to conduct the workshop on Coping Skills (which is what they asked us to cover). I envision two sessions from say 12:30 – 2:00 PM 2:30 – 5:00 PM. They will be providing us a room for the sessions. We will also have a tent and table outside with the main part of the day’s activities. At the tent, we will sign up men for future Fatherhood events we will plan and offer, hand out pamphlets, and hopefully hand out a novelty take away. – Amos Townsend
12:00 pm Omega Men for Homeless Men – Mon...
Omega Men for Homeless Men – Mon...
Jul 3 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Alpha Omega’s Omega Men for Homeless Men (OMFHM) program is in its seventh year of providing uplift and support to the homeless in our community. OMFHM volunteers meet with program participants the first Monday of each month to provide a nutritious meal and discuss different topics related to coping with and overcoming the realities of homelessness. Volunteers are needed at all OMFHM sessions to participate in panel discussions, prepare, serve, and clean-up after meals, and simply fellowship with program participants. If you haven’t already, come give it a try – you’re likely to receive as much UPLIFT as you give In addition, please bring any excess or purchased toiletry items you have to all chapter meetings and deposit them in the purple AQ Soap Box always located at the front of the meeting room. Toiletry donations are also collected at all OMFHM fellowship sessions. All donations are provided to those in need. OMFHM provides uplift to 40-60 homeless men each session.
Throughout the year, Councilmember Anita Bonds highlights cornerstones of our community who make an extraordinary impact to the quality of life and general well-being of the residents of the District... read more →
(This article originally appeared in the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development's Office of Programs, Policy and Legislative Initiatives Newsletter - March 1, 2017 Vol. 1, Issue 2) MANHOOD, Scholarship,... read more →