Chapter Service

alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority, Inc. is an organization which prides itself on its sense of commitment to cultural diversity and strong bonds of sisterhood. However, our other primary focus is to offer our service to the community. Community and culture is largely what has made Sisters the strong and independent women they are today. It is for these reasons that we want to reciprocate and give back to the communities around us. Sisters participate in individual community service events of their choice, as well as those which we support as a unified organization. Each respective school has also designated at least one local non-profit organization as their philanthropic cause. alpha Kappa Delta Phi predominately focuses on contributing to breast cancer foundations while maintaining its sense of diversity by fundraising for other types of causes of concern.

Wisconsin aKDPhis love giving back to the community! We are involved in everything from helping kids to cooking potluck meals for those in need. In the past, we have volunteered at UW events, rang bells for donations given to the Salvation Army, collected pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House, tutored at schools, headlined cultural workshops, and hosted our own fundraisers.

Our biggest fundraiser of the year is called ‘FLOCKED,’ which recreates the famous Bascom Hill prank to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA). Last year we sold flamingos throughout the month of October, BCA month, and donated over $2600 to Avon Breast Cancer Awareness!

Wisconsin aKDPhi at FLOCKED

If you have any questions about our philanthropy or our pledge to serve, please contact our Vice President-Service, Nancy Lee.