Beta Psi 1923 Foundation Inc; A 501(c) 3 Non-profit Entity With The Expressed Purpose Of Developing A Legacy Of Financial Support For Matriculating Students At Clark Atlanta University.
The Foundation’s History
Clark Atlanta University’s enduring motto is “I’ll find a way or make one.” During the Fall of 2016, it is in that spirit that eleven Omega Men assembled to launch the Beta Psi 1923 Foundation Inc. From that very moment, Omega Men who matriculated through CAU from all across the country have bonded together to raise funds for this important worthwhile initiative.
On October 13, 2018, the Beta Psi 1923 Foundation announced a pledge to donate $100,000 to Clark Atlanta University (CAU) to establish the Dr. Moses C. Norman, Sr. Endowment Fund over a five-year period. The endowment was established in honor of Clark alumnus, the late Bro. Dr. Moses C. Norman, Sr. Dr. Norman was a retired dean of Clark Atlanta University’s School of Education, former area superintendent in Atlanta Public Schools and the 33rd Grand Basileus of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. As an undergraduate student, Bro. Dr. Norman became a member of the fraternity through Beta Psi Chapter in 1954. Board members made the formal presentation to Immediate Past CAU President Dr. Ronald A. Johnson during halftime of the university’s 2018 homecoming football game at Panther Stadium as thousands of CAU students, faculty, and alumni witnessed this joyous occasion. On December 16, 2020, the Foundation fulfilled it’s commitment by presenting a check to current CAU President, Dr. George T. French, Jr. nearly 3 years ahead schedule.
“A Promise made…A Promise kept!”
Beta Psi 1923 Foundation is an independent non-profit organization that is not affiliated with Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. or Beta Psi Chapter.