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Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation

Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation is proud to provide the members of Kappa Alpha Theta funding opportunities so they can embrace their ambition, reach their fullest potential, and make a difference in the world. 

We want to help every Theta have every opportunity to achieve her dreams.

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Theta Foundation puts our Fraternity’s ideals into action, and nothing is more ideal than for Thetas to become their best. Thetas grow when the women by their sides encourage their dreams and ambitions, and that’s why Theta Foundation remains steadfast in our commitment to sisterhood and helping Thetas turn our sisters’ hopes and aspirations into reality.

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Latest Blogs

2017-2018 Grant & Scholarship Recipients Announced

Mary Kate Kronzer

Gamma, Butler

08/27/2018

Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation is pleased and proud to announce the college and alumnae members who received grants and scholarships during the 2017-2018 fiscal year. Keep Reading

Supporting National CASA in an Unexpected Way

Jami Harrison Slaton

Alpha Sigma, Washington State

04/11/2018

Former Foundation Trustee Dinah McClymonds, Alpha Omicron/Oklahoma (left) with CASA Power Pansy donor Pat Mierse, Beta Nu/Florida State (right).

Patricia Doomar Mierse, Beta Nu/Florida State, was initiated in 1961 when Kappa Alpha Theta’s philanthropic partnership with Heartspring supported the commitment to providing children with opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive. It wasn’t until 1990 when Theta began supporting National Court Appointed Special Advocates Association (CASA) and members’ fundraising, volunteerism, and advocacy was focused on providing a voice for abused and neglected children in family courts. Keep Reading