Transparency & Accountability
The Trenton Kappa Foundation (TKF) raises money to support the Guide Right mentoring programs for the Trenton Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi’s scholarships and book award initiatives – as well as other organizations that focus on mentorship and the development of young people. We seek to reduce inequities and make meaningful change in our community by supporting and promoting the emotional, spiritual, physical, academic, economic development and wellness of young men.
We are committed to a policy of transparency and disclosure by ensuring that key financial information is publicly available. We believe that we act as good stewards of our resources in that the Trenton Kappa Foundation operates efficiently with minimal administrative costs. Our Board of Directors is a working board and is comprised entirely of volunteers. Moreover, we strive to commit at least $0.95 of every dollar directly to our programs. TKF is a U.S. registered nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and meets all tax-exempt requirements for a charitable organization as stated by the Internal Revenue.
Achieving comprehensive and meaningful change in our communities will require sustained attention over many years to come. The Foundation therefore seeks to fund raise and earn an investment return that, over time, equals or exceeds the sum of its annual spending.
We post our audited financial statements and 990s to the site as they become available.