KAPPA LAMBDA CHI MILITARY FRATERNITY SAN DIEGO MU

Servicing Our Communities!!!

  

 

Kappa Lambda Chi Military Fraternity Inc  San Diego, Ca Mu Chapter has been a continuous pillar of their community with their volunteer work. Partnering with the Moreno Valley, Perris & Oceanside Salvation Army's they contributed by renovating the interior spaces through painting, cleaning and decorating for community events. 

  - Day Care room (Used by community children 7 days a week)
  - Food Pantry (Used for feeding families in need as well as the homeless of our

    community)
  - Banquet Room (Used for various events.. i.e. Teens Awards Banquet, Tutoring etc)

The Salvation Army provides many programs for the children and youth of the community. It was an honor to help clean and set-up the banquet room for about 60 kids getting awards for the achievements.


Being a Military Fraternity we also pay our respects to those that gave there lives for our country, Spending time assisting Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery and San Diego Veterans Museum with the upkeep of property grounds and head stones of fallen Service members. We participated in the 9th Annual celebration of Wreathes Across America which honored our fallen service members by placing wreaths on the head stones of service member's at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery  and all around the world.


Reaching back to the youth we had the opportunity to sit down with some young men and provide some mentorship through life experiences.  Penny Lane Centers is a  nonprofit organization that cares for over 3500 abused and neglected children, youth and families a month. They provide therapeutic residential services, foster family home placements, adoption services, transitional and affordable housing, family preservation, wraparound and mental health services for children youth and families throughout Los Angeles County.


Feeding America San Diego strives to end hunger with the support of our generous partners and volunteers, the network is meeting the needs of families across the country and helping them find the strength to move forward and flourish.


Special Olympics transforms lives through the joy of sport, every day, everywhere. They're the world's largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities: with 4.4 million athletes in 170 countries -- and millions more volunteers and supporters.