About Us 

 “First of All Servants of All, We shall Transcend All”

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.
Chapter Facts

Zeta Phi Lambda Chapter, #253, was founded in Stamford, Connecticut on April 21, 1957. Chapter founders were Hugh Bell, Joseph Carwin, William Decker Clark, Cecil Gallup, Robert Levister, Jack Lee and Alvin Napper. The chapter currently has 20 active members.
Bro Decker Clark was Eastern Regional Director from 1967 to 1971. He passed on to Omega Chapter in 2008.
In 1990 and 2003, Zeta Phi Lambda had the honor of hosting the Eastern Regional Convention.
In 2008, the South Norwalk Library was renamed in honor of Bro. Otha Brown.


Official Fairfield County Connecticut Alumni Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.


April 21, 1957

Famous Alumni

Bro. Martin Luther King, Jr., Bro. Thurgood Marshall, Bro. Jesse Owens, Bro. Adam Clayton Powell Jr., Bro. David Dinkins, Bro. Otha N. Brown, Jr., Bro. Darwin Davis, Bro. William Decker Clark


Project Alpha and March for Babies are National Partnerships with March of Dimes