San Antonio National Pan-Hellenic Council aims to integrate organized efforts into our community. Through voting drives, school supplies and even physical activities, our campaigns are designed to help better our community. Learn more about our efforts below and let us know if you’d like to participate.
Social Affairs Chairman: Felipe Lee- Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated | Beta Beta Sigma
Voting & Census
SA-NPHC aims to promote voter education and to disseminate important information to those who wish to exercise their right to vote. This campaign is managed by the Social Affairs Committee of the San Antonio National Pan-Hellenic Council, and organization that includes the Black Greek Letter Fraternities and Sororities known as the Divine 9.
The San Antonio National Pan-Hellenic Council does not endorse any candidates or support any political party. This site will not be used for campaigning, and will be used for education purposes only.
Stuff the Bus
The Communities In Schools’ (CIS) Stuff The Bus School Supply Drive is one of city’s largest school supply drives that serves thousands of under-served students and families. Many of these families are below the poverty line and cannot afford all the supplies their children need to start their school year. The funds raised through this event will be given to over 100 CIS partnering schools (elementary-high school) across 12 school districts to purchase supplies for any student in need at that campus. The Stuff The Bus School Supply Drive helps to alleviate the stress of back-to-school expenses and allows students to focus on their education with the tools they need to be successful.
HBCU Virtual Race Challenge
SA-NPHC encourages walkers, runners, cyclists, swimmers and the entire community to make a commitment to collectively do a total of 14,068 miles. Trailing the path to every HBCU. Start point St. Philip’s College, San Antonio, Texas. Final destination Howard University Washington DC #HBCUTrail. Let’s get moving celebrating out HBCUs.
Portions of the proceeds will benefit SA-NPHC Scholarship Fund and an HBCU Scholarship Foundation of the top fundraising HBCU team (based on participation and funds raised – combined).