PHI SIGMA SIGMA FOUNDATION UNVEILS NEW WEBSITE
The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation is proud to announce the launch of our new website. Designed specifically to highlight the great work that our sisters do and the impact that we have, we encourage you to visit the site for regular updates, learn more about the Foundation's work, and support our initiatives. Visit www.phisigmasigmafoundation.org
KIDS IN NEED FOUNDATION IMPACTS EVEN MORE CHILDREN WITH FOUNDATION GRANT
To reinforce our commitment to making a meaningful, positive difference in advancing school and college readiness for all students, the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation awarded $20,000 to our philanthropic partner, the
Kids in Need Foundation
"With the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation's support, in 2016, the Kids in Need Foundation distributed $120 million of school supplies to 4.8 million children," said Dave Smith, Executive Director, Kids in Need Foundation. "Our work together is a natural fit because of our aligned missions. We couldn't be more proud of what we've been able to accomplish due to our partnership."
FEATURED GRANT RECIPIENT
Delta Theta Chapter at Oakland University
"Debt is a scary word to any graduating college student... I am so thankful for the work that the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation does to make scholarships and educational grants possible."
Read Chelsey's story.
ADVANCING WOMEN LEADERS:
2016 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT AWARDEES ANNOUNCED
To enhance support for Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae leaders who seek to better themselves, the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation launched a new professional development grant program this year. Please join us in congratulating our grant recipients:
- Torri Balson (Zeta Eta Chapter at Carleton University)
- Samantha Morse (Iota Zeta Chapter at University of Minnesota - Duluth)
- Deborah Phillbrick (Delta Beta Chapter at University of Rochester)
- Katherine Stewart (Pi Chapter at Syracuse University)
- Allyson Watson (Theta Eta Chapter at Rider University)
The next application will be available in Spring 2017. Watch for updates on the Professional Development Grant Program.
WINTER IS COMING; SO IS FOUNDERS' DAY
November 26 marks the beginning of so many things, but especially what brought us together: Our Founders' Day. This year, your support has helped us impact more sisters than ever before. Last year, we awarded almost $150,000 in scholarships and we wanted to do more! In the next few weeks, watch your inboxes and learn how you can support our 2016 Founders' Day campaign... and impact the lives of many of our sisters in need.
CH-CH-CH-HANGES FOR THE FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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and Paralympic Gold Medalist
(Theta Chapter at University of Illinois) and her guest appearance on the
About the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation:
The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation was established in 1969 as the official charitable arm of Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity. The Foundation's mission is to cultivate relationships, secure and provide financial resources for Phi Sigma Sigma sisters to achieve excellence, impact their communities, and change the world. To learn more about the Foundation, visit