Formed in 1934, the Social Action program was conceived by Bro. Elmo M. Anderson to focus on improving the general wellbeing of disenfranchised people. The mission of the International Social Action Program is to encourage social, political and philanthropic leadership which strengthens our respective communities and our membership by:
Realizing our sense of self-worth through serving our Brooklyn community.
Educating our community about local Brooklyn, NYC and Greater New York, political and community issues, and increasing awareness of and access to the legislative process
fundraising in support of organizations that share our vision and commitment to serving our community
Bringing awareness to medical, emotional, mental and spiritual health. challenges that disproportionately affect our communities and to promote improved and sustainable wellness campaigns.
Culture for Service, Service for Humanity isn’t just our motto, it is our commitment and the high standard we hold ourselves to.