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Stars, Kites, & Barbeque Exceed Theta Theta’s Fundraising Goal

Blog, Events, Story

By: Jacy Barnes and Sarah Adams

On April 5, 2014, the Theta Theta chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta held their inaugural signature philanthropy event, Stars & Kites, an all-American Barbeque benefiting CASA and Theta Foundation.

A $7 ticket to Stars & Kites got our guests a plate of Clyde Cooper’s Barbeque, potatoes, string beans, delicious hushpuppies, and [...]

Alpha Spikes It for CASA

Blog, Events, Story

By: Caroline Moriarity

This past semester, the Alpha chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta hosted our second-annual 3-on-3 volleyball tournament, Spike It for CASA! As service and philanthropy director, I worked closely with a committee of hard-working members who brought enthusiasm and new ideas to the table in order to ensure that the tournament was another success.

In [...]

KATs Making Tracks for CASA

Blog, Events, Story

by: Abbie Maynard

At Texas Christian University, the beginning of the fall semester equates to one thing for the Gamma Psi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta: The Theta 5K. Members of the chapter promote the event around campus and instill excitement in the students as the event draws near. Held over TCU Family Weekend, the 5K [...]

Theta Scholarships Improve with Age!

Blog, Foundation, Giving, Scholarships

Top: Laurie McGregor Connor with Past Theta Foundation President Kathy Bennett Tonkel at the 2012 Grand Convention. Right: Laurie with husband Terrence Connor.

by: Laurie McGregor Connor

This month was exciting for me – I met the first recipient of “my” scholarship. My husband surprised me with a scholarship in my name at Kappa Alpha Theta’s [...]

Why Theta’s Alumnae Chapters Support Give to Lead, Give to Learn

Blog, Foundation, Give to Lead Give to Learn, Giving, Story

Give to Lead, Give to Learn is off to an outstanding start! Before the campaign publicly launched, Thetas and their families had already committed more than $3.12 million to fund endowments for the Educational Leadership Consultant program and a new, need-based scholarship program. But it isn’t just individual members and their families who are funding these essential [...]

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