Tau Epsilon Omega initiated the AKAdettes program in 1997. This signature program impacts the lives of girls in grades 6 through 8 by providing leadership development, civic engagement, enhanced academic preparation and character building. The increasing demands of the twenty-first century mandate our youth to be better leaders at a younger age making smart choices with positive consequences. 

Blessings in a Backpack 

Tau Epsilon Omega initiated the Blessings in a Backpack program in November of 2011. The program provides food on the third weekend of each month to 60 families in 6 elementary schools in the cities of East Point and College Park, Georgia who may otherwise go hungry. The contents of each backpack include fresh foods and healthy alternatives to snack foods, such as raisin boxes, fresh fruit and beverages with less sugar and more fruit juices.


National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a national community mobilization HIV testing and treatment effort designed to increase awareness in the African American communities across the United States. In the past eleven years, the NBHAAD has provided testing for over 500 people!! 

The NBHAAD observance focuses on the following four areas: Get educated – presenting a variety of speakers to discuss prevention strategies; Get tested – providing free HIV rapid response tests and same day status; Get treated – giving access to agencies to provide ongoing support; and Get involved – mobilizing other organizations and the community to help spread HIV awareness.