The Raleigh (NC) Alumni chapter continued their annual holiday tradition by holding the event “My Brother’s Kloset”. Brother Tony Griffin has led this event over the years. Through his passion and inspiration he has made this a successful event year after year. In prior years the goal was to provide coats, socks, and warm clothing to the homeless in Raleigh, NC. They wanted to provide any items that would be useful in shelters and the streets. In addition the brothers would engage in conversation and prayer. This year's event was part of the bigger weekend of what was titled “RAC Day of Giving”. Although the country is currently in unprecedented times it was important to address this need in the local community still. “I couldn't be more proud to be associated with a group of brothers with such strong moral character. Many of these men and women who received donations, will be better prepared to face the virus and winter conditions as a result of RAC's efforts.” Tony Griffin Raleigh Alumni Kappa Alpha Psi member. In addition hygiene, personal protective equipment, and food items were given out. The brothers with the help of the Oak City Cares a services hub for those experiencing homelessness and a few members of the Raleigh Police Department helped make this event go as planned under CDC guidelines.