“Culture For Service and Service For Humanity”
 Nearly 100 years ago, three visionary student leaders, on the campus of Howard University, ushered in a new wave of thought on giving back to their community.  This new wave significantly altered the course of fraternities and sororities of African decent.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded on January 9, 1914, in Washington, DC. Since its formation, our brotherhood has grown from our three honorable founders to an international membership of over 150,000 college-educated men, operating in 675 chapters around the globe.

The Executive team for 2009-2013 has embraced as its theme: “Changing Lives Through Service.” In order for our brotherhood to remain relevant to our nation’s communities, I strongly believe the quality of our giving must make significant impact on the lives we have been entrusted to serve. I further believe that what you do speaks volumes about who you are.

Sigma Wellness has become the Fraternity’s over-arching banner, combining our three-pronged programmatic thrusts of Bigger & Better Business, Education and Social Action, with the intention of providing a holistic outreach program to the communities in which we live and serve. Our aim is to enhance our specialized service efforts in collaboration with our corporate service partners. By responding to the critical issues affecting those less fortunate, disenfranchised and under-represented, we believe our purpose for existence will be fulfilled.

Join us as we prepare to fulfill the mission of rendering service to America’s communities going into our Centennial year, and for the next 100 years. We celebrate decades of achievement in our glorious past, as we set our sights on a promising future.
Honorable Jimmy Hammock
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
International President