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Programs

Economic Development

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Financial Fortitude

 

Economic stability is a key element in creating and maintaining strong communities.  To address the need for economic development, Delta Sigma Theta put forth Financial Fortitude, a process specifically designed to promote understanding of all aspects of the financial system, including but not limited to, budgeting, home ownership, personal wealth management, entrepreneurship, and the steps to financial freedom.

Educational Development

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Catching the Dreams of Tomorrow, Preparing Young Women For the 21st Century: The Delta Academy was created out of an urgent sense that bold action was needed to save our young females (ages 11-14) from the perils of academic failure, low self-esteem, and crippled futures. Delta Academy provides an opportunity for local chapters to enrich and enhance the education that our young teens receive in public schools across the nation. Specifically, we augment their scholarship in math, science, and technology, their opportunities to provide service in the form of leadership through service learning defined as the cultivation and maintenance of relationships. A primary goal of the program is to prepare young girls for full participation as leaders in the 21st Century.

 

The Delta GEMS program offers a road map for college and career planning conducts activities that provide opportunities for self-reflection and individual growth. Delta GEMS, like Delta Academy, is implemented by chapters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

International Awareness & Involvement

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 In 1985 members of the Sorority visited the hospital and saw first hand the inIn 1985 members of the Sorority visited the hospital and saw first hand the increased population and infant mortality rate in and around Thika. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. responded by donating over $20,000 in 1985 which was used to establish two additional maternity wards and an administrative office.

Mary Help of the Sick Mission Hospital has grown to 120 beds. It provides affordable prenatal and postnatal care, nutritional education, child immunization, and family planning. The hospital gives prenatal care, including lab work, blood tests, and examinations to more than 200 women daily. The facility also has a special care nursery for babies after delivery. The hospital also serves as an educational institution for nurses and midwives. Over 66 students are trained each year.creased population and infant mortality rate in and around Thika. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. responded by donating over $20,000 in 1985 which was used to establish two additional maternity wards and an administrative office.

Physical and Mental Health Awareness

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As an organization of predominately African American women, Delta Sigma Theta is uniquely positioned to impact not only the well-being of its members, but also the well-being of families and communities at large.  To facilitate this effort, a Health Task Force was launched to educate and facilitate lifestyle change for the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of sorority members and the communities we serve. 

Political Awarenes & Involvement

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In March of 1913, nearly six weeks after its founding, several Delta Sigma Theta Founders participated in the historic Women’s’ Suffragist March under the Delta Sigma Theta banner, the sorority's first public act.  This act set the tone for the sorority’s future endeavors and today, political awareness and involvement is a major fabric of the organization.  A National Social Action Commission was formed to promote the legislative initiatives of the sorority, its membership, and the communities we serve.  The Social Action Commission also serves to empower chapters to remain actively involved in local, state, and national political issues.