About Us

The KCDC purpose is to develop and initiate programs to assist the youth in our society in three principal areas…


The focus of the AAWA is to identify & honor high profile women of significant achievement in their respective fields.


The KCDC Programs are specially targeted to benefit the Burlington-Camden Community.


Learn about how the KCDC came to be and became a leading community service organization in South Jersey

Message from the President


It is my pleasure to serve as the President of The Kappa Community Development Corporation. We function primarily as the 501 (c) 3 Foundation Arm of the Burlington Camden Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. We strive to build positive relationship within the community and effectively deliver an array of programs that provide guidance and leadership development. The KCDC is committed to the enrichment of our youth throughout the Southern New Jersey area. During the year, we provide scholarships and contributions to local community groups, in addition to other 501 (c)3 organizations. Over the past 14 years, we have honored over 165 High Profile African American Women Achievers across the Delaware Valley.

Our site is here for your perusal.

Chad D. King, MEd
President of KCDC

Support The KCDC

Donations support The Burlington Camden Kappa League, Guide Right, the annual AAWA honors and community programs for the black community of South Jersey.


Latest News


KCDC Opportunity Zone Fund seeks to strengthen our communities by assisting at-risk youth, disadvantaged families

Virtual Celebration of Women First Responders

Virtual celebration of Women First Responders on December 5, 2020, from 1pm to 2:30pm. To

2019 AAWA Banquet

The KCDC hosted the African American Women of Achievement (AAWA) Banquet on OCTOBER 12TH, 2019.

KCDC Sponsorship

The KCDC sponsors community organizations in Camden County….

Corporate Sponsors

Thanks to our corporate sponsors who fund KCDC programs and services

2018 Bowling Fundraiser

The KCDC held a Bowling Fundraiser to raise money for their Kappa League program.