The Groove Community Foundation, Incorporated
is one of the Philanthropic Arms of
Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Incorporated
On October 12, 1962, 14 men with a purpose and vision for a better world founded Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship Incorporated on the campus of Morgan State University (formerly Morgan State College). Our founders established the Fellowship with the purpose of promoting academic awareness, ethical standards, and unity among men in undergraduate and graduate college programs; creating intelligent and effective leadership; and studying and helping to alleviate the social and economic problems of society to generally improve the world. Today, the Social Fellowship is an international community service organization of college graduates and undergraduate men with active chapters operating in the United States and Ghana.
●Glen Brown ● Raymond Clark ● John Edward Conquest
●Edwin Goodwin ● Barry H. Hampton ●James Hill ●Charlie Johnson
●Nathaniel Monroe ●Daniel Nesbitt ●Nathaniel Parham, Sr.
●Harry Payne ● Barry Simms ●Robert E. Simpson
●Woodrow Anderson Williams
We continue to look toward our founders for their guidance and leadership.