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The ZNO Community Service Fund, Inc. hosts a ZNO CSF Scholarship Fundraiser to benefit the community through scholarship and programs. 

Most notably, the ZNO CSF has awarded over $650,000 in scholarships to high school students. Inspired by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated ® the focus on serving through Launching New Dimensions of Service International Programs, the organization continues to fund programs that focus on educational advancement, self empowerment, family support, health and economic empowerment. We encourage and welcome tax deductible support of our programs from our friends, community partners, corporations and business associates, as together we can continue to make a positive impact in our community.

A full description of programs can be found on the Zeta Nu Omega website
www.znoaka.org


• AKAP (Adolescents Karing About People) a volunteer service program for Westchester County High School students. ZNO chapter members serve as mentors to student volunteers by supervision and training.

• The Ivy AKAdemy, an academic enrichment program for students in grades 4-6 at Grimes Elementary School in Mt. Vernon.

• Westchester Youth Aging Out of Foster Care
: ZNO is partnering with a series of transition programs to assist students in learning life skills and creating college and career plans for young people aging out of the foster care system.

• The ZNO Community Service Fund, Inc. Scholarship Program has awarded over $650,000 in scholarships to Westchester County youth.

The ZNO CSF Signature Programs
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