Delta Mu Boulé
Educational Foundation

Providing College Scholarship Opportunities To African American Youth
Our Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and all contributions are tax deductible

TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Support the Intellectual Growth and Social Development of the Next Generation of African American males

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About Us

Delta Mu Boulé Educational Foundation was founded in December 2001 to provide educational programs, activities, events and scholarships for underprivileged, scholastically successful African American young men. It is an IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.

scholarships/academic requirements

These scholarships are available to African American male high school seniors who will be entering an accredited college or advanced training program. The Scholarship award will be in the amount of $2,500 per year to be paid directly to the institution to assist with tuition or books and supplies.

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Partner With Us

During these challenging times, the Delta Mu Boulé Educational Foundation has stepped up its efforts to continue to have a positive impact on the lives of African American males in our community. We are extremely grateful to our corporate and individual partners who continue to support us in our mission through donations to the Foundation.

our students and their stories

here are some of the young men we have impacted through our most recent efforts

HOPE Farm “Pizza with a Professional”

HOPE Farm

Delta Mu Boulé Archon Dr. Carl Horton on stage speaking to students at the Hope Farm Leadership Academy “Pizza with a Professional” lecture series.

2022 Delta Mu Boulé Educational Foundation Scholarship Reception

2022-23 Update: Kendyll Locke

2021 Delta Mu Boule Scholar, Kendyll Locke, just graduated from the University of North Texas (“UNT”) after only a two year stint at UNT.

2021 Delta Mu Boule Scholar, Kendyll Locke, just graduated from the University of North Texas (“UNT”) after only a two year stint at UNT. He is now off to Washington D.C. to begin his internship before he heads off to law school. He is pictured with his mother Qiosha Dickson, and Delta Mu Boule’, Archon Vince Adams. Congratulations Kendyll!

2022 update: Nicklaus Utsey

Our Partners

Satori Capital
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You Can Help Us Achieve More!

Delta Mu Boulé Educational Foundation Members are committed to the intellectual and social development of young African American males.