Service

Rancocas Valley Alumnae: Making an Impact in Burlington County

Submitted by Shawn Harvey Roberson The Rancocas Valley Alumnae Chapter (RVAC) hosted a series of financial wellness and career workshops that gave participants insight into how to build wealth and build their careers.  The thought-provoking and engaging workshops targeted seven areas in Burlington County that make up nearly half of the county’s African-American population. The …

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Rancocas Valley Alumnae Sponsors pop Up and Shop

Submitted by Nicole E. Doss On March 26, Rancocas Valley Alumnae Chapter (RVAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorproated participated in the Regional Day of Service. The goal was to create an engaging way to excite community members to support black women-owned businesses in Burlington County. The RVAC’s RDOS committee created a Google site to …

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Southern Africa Alumnae Attends Ground Breaking at Mary Help of the Sick Mission Hospital

Submitted by Sha Givens Mary Help of the Sick Mission Hospital (MHS) in Thika, Kenya is one of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority’s seven international projects around the world. In 1955, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated (DST) established a maternity wing and prenatal services for women in the local community through the hospital.  It was the …

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Baltimore Alumnae marks Centennial with Global Outreach

Submitted by Christine Kelly and Tobi Pulley Baltimore Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is celebrating the Centennial of its chartering. Chartered in 1922, the history of its chapter is sewn throughout the fabric of Baltimore and the State of Maryland. In planning programs and activities to acknowledge this milestone event, the chapter …

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Princess Anne Alumnae hosts 4th Annual brothers Who Burn

Submitted by Valerie Mackritis Princess Anne Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated (PAAC), hosted its 4th annual “Brothers Who Burn” Fundraising event along with community outreach on May 7, 2022, at First Baptist Family Life and Cultural Center in Salisbury, MD.  The biennial event hosts popular local males from Maryland’s Eastern Shore who …

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Southern Africa Alumnae Helps Revive Early Childhood Partner

Submitted by: Debra Townes and Nomhle Canca Training Resource in Early Education (TREE) was started 38 years ago by Molly Bailey and her husband to provide for the training of Early Childhood Education Practitioners of infant and pre-school children all over South Africa. They also assist entrepreneurs to start Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centers in …

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Delta Chapters Get behind early detection of breast cancer in Nigeria

Submitted by Eunice Omole On March 8, 2022, in celebration of International Women’s Day, the West Africa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated with Run For A Cure Africa (RFCA) in partnership with Westchester Alumnae Chapter and Federal City Alumnae Chapter held a community outreach event to host free breast cancer screenings located …

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Morristown Alumnae Supports Regional Day of Service with Food, Facts, and Fellowship

Submitted by Ferlanda Fox Nixon For its Regional Day of Service, the Morristown Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, set aside March 26 to learn about the economic prosperity and employment pillar of Empower The Village and celebrate the birthdays of Morristown Alumnae members born in the month of March, all while supporting …

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Southern Africa Alumnae Shows Support for Black Businesses

Submitted by Tunuka M. Gray For the Regional Day of Service (RDoS) for the Eastern Region, members of the Southern Africa Alumnae Chapter (SAAC) supported several Black-owned businesses for its first anniversary, April 11, 2022.  The SAAC First Anniversary Committee made the strategic decision to support Black-owned businesses in the United States and in Africa …

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