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Giving Thanks for Theta Foundation Supporters

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Theta Foundation is thankful for our supporters all year long, but in keeping with the spirit of the season, we are especially so during the holidays. With November also being National Scholarship Month, we thought it fitting to share a note from Jacquelyn Mary Delin, Zeta Upsilon/UT Dallas, a recent scholarship recipient who joins us […]

Why We Give to Theta Foundation on #GivingTuesday

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Today is #GivingTuesday! You’ve been reading all week why our sisters give back to Theta Foundation, and we hope you’ll join them. Today, we want to share a few more stories of giving from Theta volunteers who give back their time and their treasure to the Fraternity that has given us so much.

Jane Shepherd Dick, […]

#GivingTuesday 2016: Not What You Give, but That You Give

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By: Kristen Magnes Kaiser, Alpha/DePauw, Theta Foundation Executive Director

#GivingTuesday was created to unite us all in a day of generosity.

Generosity is not a new concept for Thetas. The women of our Fraternity have been giving generously to improve their communities and the world in countless ways for 146 years. And, through it all, Theta’s noble values of highest […]

Why We Give to Theta Foundation: Omicron/USC

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By: Omicron/University of Southern California

Omicron chooses to give back to Theta Foundation because we find it so important to help Thetas have every opportunity possible in order to make a difference. Some of our members have personally benefited from Theta Foundation, whether it be from an academic scholarship or a grant to help them go […]

Why I Give to Theta Foundation: Kendy Cusick-Rindone

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By: Kendy Cusick-Rindone, Rho/Nebraska

I left home for college and went out of state to a large school, the University of Nebraska. I only knew a few people. My parents, both being Greek organization members, encouraged me to go through “Rush” to meet women and have connections on campus. (Of course, my mother would have liked […]

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