Our Programs

Omicron Omega continues to play a vital role in the Birmingham Metropolitan Community by supporting numerous non-profit organizations and service initiatives. In 2013, Omicron Omega received the Dr. Martin King, Jr. Non-Violent Service Grant. The chapter partnered with Councilman Jay Roberson and volunteered for his nationally acclaimed 100 days of non-violence initiative along with the funds received from the MLK grant. Omicron Omega participates in the Bloody Sunday commemorative walk each year and along with the annual MLK Unity Breakfast. Other signature programs and organizations the chapter supports and sponsors include:

Our International Program “Launching New Dimensions of Service” has five Program Targets and six Community Impact Days.  The chapter officially launched these programs in January 2015, and since then we have held numerous events and activities in support of our international programs and impact days:

Target 1-Educational Enrichment

  • A.S.C.E.N.D-our signature youth program, targeting high school students (both male and female). It focuses on Achievement, Self-Awareness, Communication, Engagement, Networking, and Development Skills.
  • One Million Backpacks
  • Think HBCU

Target 2-Health Promotions

  • Alzheimer’s Disease (partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association)
  • Stroke & Heart Disease Awareness (partnering with the American Heart Association)
  • Mental Health (partnering with the National Association of Mental Illness)

Target 3-Family Strengthening

  • Childhood Hunger Initiatives
  • Fiscal Responsibility Programs
  • Family Seasonal Wraps

Target 4-Environmental Ownership

  • AKA 1908 Playground
  • Acts of Green

Target 5-Global Impact

  • Africare Programs

Community Impact Days 

  • MLK Day of Service –January
  • Pink Goes Read-February
  • NAMI-Mental Illness-April
  • AKA 1908 Playgrounds-May
  • Longest Day-Alzheimer’s –June
  • Childhood Hunger-October 16th