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One of Kappa Alpha Theta’s three aims is to exercise the widest influence for good. This means we aspire to cultivate philanthropists who seek to create positive change in their communities.
Theta categorizes philanthropy in three areas: service, focusing on hands-on volunteering for others; fundraising, or collecting monetary or in-kind donations for causes close to our hearts; and advocacy, or championing a cause through public support, education, and awareness.
The philanthropic priorities of Kappa Alpha Theta include our own Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation, whose vision is to give every Theta every opportunity to make a difference in the world, and National CASA/GAL Association for Children, a network committed to providing a voice to abused and neglected children in the foster care system. Through these philanthropic priorities, members of Kappa Alpha Theta show their commitment to lifelong education; leadership; growth; and the support, care, and welfare of children.
Each year, Theta collegians and alumnae spend thousands of hours volunteering for their communities and people in need. Whether through Theta’s annual Day of Service, volunteering with a local CASA/GAL program, or donating time to other local charities and non-profits, Thetas are making an impact in their communities and in the world.
Thetas make an impact with their fundraising dollars. Chapters host fundraisers each year benefiting Theta Foundation and CASA/GAL, not only collecting monetary donations, but also securing sponsorships for events. Our members also organize events to collect supplies for CASA/GAL children or others in need.
Thetas are change agents for children. There are many ways our members can advocate for abused and neglected children including: inviting CASA/GAL staff members or volunteers to speak at chapter fundraising events on their work and the impact of donations and hosting awareness events on campus or in the local community to educate on the underlying social issues that impact abused and neglected children and CASA’s work.