Sisterhood in the City
We’re Busy Bees!
- LADY LEADERS WANTED! We have extended the deadline for NYCAP officer nominations. See open positions and apply here: buff.ly/1QsWwQc 6 months ago
- Happy 145 years to the women of Kappa Alpha Theta (@BettieLocke), founded this day in 1870 at DePauw University! https://t.co/FljWrjgL59 6 months ago
- See what NYCAP's up to with our January newsletter, out now: buff.ly/23tPEsT https://t.co/bpXqcLGkx3 6 months ago
The New York Alumnae Association of Kappa Kappa Gamma hosted a private yoga class at Exhale Spa this February, with over $600 in ticket sales & donations raised to benefit their national philanthropy, Reading Is Fundamental.
Thank you to everyone that attended & helped provide funds to purchase so many books for deserving NYC children!
To learn more about RIF or the NYAA of KKG, please visit www.nyckappas.com.
Deadline Extension: Due to a miscommunication, we are extending the deadline for our scholarship. All materials must be received by March 24th for review and selection. Please email NYCAPSecretary@gmail.com for the application form. The scholarship is open to members in good standing of a New York City based collegiate or alumnae chapter.
Phi Mu Manhattan celebrated 163 years of sisterhood with a brunch at Maya on March 1, 2015. Phi Mu Fraternity was founded on March 4, 1852.
Fellowship, leadership and a lifelong commitment to community service are the daily themes in the lives of sorority women — from our college members to alumnae.
On Monday, March 2, these women — who number in the millions — celebrated International Badge Day during National Women’s History Month. On that day, all of us honored our separate and distinct Greek-letter affiliations by wearing our badges or letters.
International Badge Day is a day set aside to acknowledge successful women around the globe, whether they are U.S. senators or university freshmen working for humanitarian aid in far-away continents.
The National Panhellenic Conference, one of the largest and oldest women’s organizations in the world, is not alone in celebrating and acknowledging all that women do. Other groups, such as the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations and the National Multicultural Greek Council, celebrate in their own diverse ways to recognize women.
Each group is distinct in its fraternal bonds, and each celebrated in different ways. But all celebrated the diverse interests of women. Members of New York City Alumnae Panhellenic celebrated by wearing their letters on their hearts in the office, sharing with their colleagues what their sorority experiences has meant to them.
Friday, March 13, 2015 | 8 p.m. – midnight
The Bowery Hotel Terrace | 335 Bowery New York City
You’re invited to attend the sixth annual Stars & Crescent Evening for St. Jude. This event will feature light hors d’oeuvres, complimentary beer and cocktails, a silent auction, and a raffle to benefit St. Jude. Be a part of this wonderful night as Delta Delta Delta raises awareness and funds for children battling cancer and other deadly diseases.
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