So far, the Leaders in Service Campaign has raised over $3.1 million in the quiet phase and has funded a new Service Innovation Grant program that will allow chapters to receive grants to fund new innovative ways to serve their communities.
With a network of over 450,000 students and alumni on over 370 college and university campuses across the nation, Alpha Phi Omega provides countless hours of service to people in need. During the fall 2015 semester, chapter members provided more than 1.1 million hours of service to their communities. Today the need to have more leaders doing more good in more communities is greater than ever. The Fraternity aims to have 500 active chapters by 2025 in order to help fill that need; providing more service to our communities and making the world a better place in which to make a living and a life.