Omicron Pi Foundation, a non-profit, tax-exempt, publicity supported
organization with approved Section 501(c)(3) status with the Internal Revenue
Service, supports many community uplift projects of the Omicron Pi Chapter,
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The foundation was formed on January 12,
2015, for the expressed purpose of carrying out the charitable activities of
Omicron Pi Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Some of these
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS- promotes academic excellence among high
school graduates in the local area.
SOCIAL ACTION PROGRAMS - Chapters participate in activities that will
uplift their communities. Some of the activities include: voter registration,
Assault on Illiteracy; Habitat for Humanity; mentoring; and participation in fund
raisers for charitable organizations.
TALENT HUNT PROGRAM - provides exposure, encouragement and
financial assistance to talented young people participating in the performing
arts. Winners are awarded recognition and may be given college scholarships.
HEALTH INITIATIVES - Chapters facilitate, participate and coordinate
activities that promote good health practices. Some of the programs are the
Charles Drew Blood Drive and partnership with the American Diabetes
VOTER REGISTRATION, EDUCATION AND MOBILIZATION - Chapters
facilitate and participate in activities that uplift their communities through the
power of the vote.
DONATIONS - Your investment of $4, $8 or $20s will allow us to better serve
our community through the above programs. Simply identify the program and
amount you wish to donate.
OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY & Golf Tournament
Omicron Pi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was chartered July 18, 1974 in Killeen, Texas. Since 1974, the fraternity has enjoyed over Forty-Eight (48) years of dedicated and focused community service. Noteworthy contributions have been made in toy, food, and clothing drives, highway cleanup; blood drives; Katrina Relief and Education (in the areas of tutoring, mentoring, and scholarships).
This “Par for Education” Annual Scholarship (formally Stroking for Education) is being sponsored by the chapter for the sole purpose of providing the community a recreational venue, while simultaneously supporting our efforts to increase our ability to fund more scholarships for worthy local high school seniors. Over the last five years, our chapter has awarded over $50,000 to local college bound students
Omicron Pi Foundation
Board of Directors
Brother Melvin Brown Jr., is a native Texan born in Galveston, Texas. His education includes graduating from Central High School located in Galveston He went on to graduated from Bishop College-Dallas, Texas 1971 (BA Economics), Southern University-Baton Rouge, LA (Masters Political Science) and a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He entered the US Army as a Private First Class in 1972 then to Officer's Candidate School and Retired as a MAJ in 1993 and founded the American National Home Healthcare Corporation located in Killeen, Texas and St. Louis, Missouri.
Melvin became an Educator with the Killeen Independent School District 1999-201. He has served in many leadership roles to include: Past President Central Texas Players Golf Association, Past President Co-Bell Division American Heart Association, Past Basileus, Omicron Pi Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Killeen/Fort Hood Texas, Co-Founder of The First Tee of Killeen, Founder and Director of Omicron Pi Foundation, President Killeen and Current President of The Southwestern Regional Golf Association (Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana).
Brother Carlo S. Davis is a progressive leader of the 21st century and has been a member of Omicron Pi since 2016, currently serving as the NAACP Chair and Auditor of the OP Foundation, initiated in Lambda Beta Beta Chapter, June 18, 2010. Bro Davis was elected Basileus of Omicron Pi in November 2022; 2-time recipient of the Colonel Charles Young Military leadership award (LBB & OP) and chaired numerous committees within the two chapters.
Brother Davis is originally from Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from Danville High School and holds a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management (Magna Cum Laude) at Ashford University and holds a Master’s in Business Administration (Magna Cum Laude) at Trident University International. Carlo is also an alumnus of the UNC-Chapel Hill Institute for Defense and Business Fellowship in Strategic Studies.
Brother Davis is a Chief Warrant Officer Five (CW5) Field Artillery Targeting Officer in the U.S. Army and currently assigned to III Corps HQs at Fort Hood. Within his 30 years of service, he has held a variety of duty and leadership positions within the U.S. Army. Carlo is also certified by the DOD Sexual Assault Advocate Certification Program, serving as a Victim Advocate / Sexual Assault Response Coordinator.
Carlo is an active member of the community; Brother Davis has devoted his time and talents to a multitude of organizations. Some of Brother Davis’s organizational leadership includes: the Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, Past Chair of Trustee Board, NAACP life member, 2nd VP, Past Chair of the Armed Forces and Veterans Affairs Committee, he is a Past District President of the District 26B Texas Jurisdiction, Past District President of the Far East York Rite Bodies, Past President of Alvin B. Amos Lodge #645, Past President of Hiram Royal Arch Chapter #142, Past President of I.H. Clayborne #39, Knights Templar, Past President of Matthew Ellis Consistory #360, a Scottish Rite 33° degree Mason, Past State President of Royal Arch Masons of Texas and a member of Nubia Shriner Temple #191, Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society member, Past Post Commander of VFW Post 9191, Past District 14 VFW Commander, currently the #3 State Officer for the Knights Templar of Texas. Brother Davis is married to the former Lee Anna James of Omaha Nebraska, and they have five children.