With your support, Delta Gamma will realize the initiatives, grants, and facilities that help our members be their best selves, while showcasing all that we have accomplished throughout our history.
Anchoring the Future: The Campaign for Delta Gamma will enrich the lives of our alumnae and collegiate members, allowing Delta Gamma to do even more in the pursuit of doing good.
Individual Member Support
As Delta Gammas, we are steadfast in our commitment to help each other, especially in times of trouble. From the launch of our first scholarship program in 1911 to the creation of the Crisis Grant fund in 1996, we provide financial support to alumnae and collegians when they need it most, whether they are facing a personal crisis, need support to continue their education or gain additional professional training.
Our program is a leader in the fraternity/sorority community, but it is becoming more and more difficult to meet our sisters’ needs. Members are turning to Delta Gamma for financial assistance more frequently than at any other time in our history.
Your gifts to Individual Member Support will provide access for both alumnae and collegians as they face the ever-increasing costs of education and unexpected life events.
“I love to make unrestricted gifts because I feel that the people leading the organization can make the best decision in using the funds. I know that especially in times like these, unrestricted funds are needed to continue the work of the Foundation. This allows my gift to be flexible and directed to where it is most needed.”
- Katie Schonert, Gamma Alpha-Tennessee, Rose Circle Society member
Delta Gamma was the first women’s fraternal organization to have constructed a building for housing executive offices, staff and archives — a testament to our longstanding history of professionalism and service to our members.
Leadership Training Center
As a volunteer-led organization, our success depends on engaged and well-trained leaders. The Leadership Training Center will serve as the training hub of the organization — a space for alumnae and collegiate leaders, volunteers and staff to receive the necessary professional development and fellowship to support our members. The Center will be equipped with technology for in-person and virtual meetings to benefit all members. The new facilities will consider our members' evolving needs — and will be equipped with flexible and adaptable spaces and technology.
As the Delta Gamma Archives grow, only 10% of the collection is on display due to space constraints. An expanded Archive Museum will be as rich and engaging as our history. It will preserve and display women’s empowerment through higher education, the stories of trailblazing Delta Gammas and our legacy of doing good. As the Foundation funds the digitization of each and every Anchora since 1884, members will be able to search for stories meaningful to them, researchers will be able to access historic developments in Delta Gamma, and individuals interested in sorority history will have the issues at their fingertips. The Museum will provide a space to experience Delta Gamma’s celebrated history, discover stories hidden away in boxes, and better understand our past’s broader historical context.
Delta Gamma’s Executive Offices serves as the heart of our organization. A renovated Executive Offices is needed to accommodate our professional staff and volunteers today and to prepare Delta Gamma for the future. As the needs of the Fraternity, Foundation and Office of Housing shift and grow, and technology provides new opportunities to collaborate and improve productivity, state-of-the-art offices are critical to sustain our organization.
Chapter Housing Campaigns
Maintaining high-quality learning spaces through designated educational areas is integral to many Delta Gamma chapters. Within these spaces, our women have the opportunity to learn and grow alongside a supportive sisterhood that greatly enhances their experiences.