Kappa Delta Foundation
With the generous support of Kappa Deltas across the country, the Kappa Delta Foundation makes a difference in the lives of its members and in the lives of those less fortunate. Contributions from alumnae, collegians, and friends of Kappa Delta enable the foundation to further its philanthropic efforts, providing support for the sorority’s four national philanthropies, numerous local community outreach programs, as well as fund scholarships and educational opportunities for KD members.
Your donations to the Kappa Delta Foundation make possible:
- Kappa Delta Scholarships. The foundation awards over $110,000 in graduate and undergraduate scholarships to Kappa Delta sisters each year.
- Leadership Conferences. By providing funding for national and regional leadership conferences, the Kappa Delta Foundation offers members a host of opportunities to learn leadership and interpersonal skills that help them become their best in college and beyond.
- KiDs Grants. Each year, the foundation awards $25,000 in KiDs Grants to Kappa Delta alumnae chapters to provide financial support for prevention-oriented social action programs in local communities.
- Georgia O'Keefe Museum Internships. In honor of one of its most notable alumnae, the foundation provides funding for two Kappa Delta interns for the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s Art and Leadership Program for Girls.
- Prevent Child Abuse America. Since adopting Prevent Child Abuse America as a national philanthropy in 1972, Kappa Delta members have raised over $11.5 million to make a difference in the lives of children at risk in communities across the country.
- Girl Scouts of the USA. Not only do collegians and alumnae across the country serve as mentors, volunteers, and troop leaders for Girl Scouts, but the Kappa Delta Foundation contributes $10,000 in scholarships each year to the Girl Scout Gold Award Young Women of Distinction honorees.
- Orthopaedic Research Awards. Donations to the foundation enable Kappa Delta to endow three prestigious orthopaedic research awards totaling $60,000 annually. First presented in 1950 and in partnership with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the awards have gone to researchers who have made key discoveries in orthopaedics.
- Children’s Hospital of Richmond, Virginia. Since adopting the hospital as its first national philanthropy in 1921, Kappa Delta has provided over $2.5 million, enabling the hospital to purchase much-needed equipment and supplies.