to our alumnae for giving to this initiative and helping us to recognize women like Mariel Casali, Chapter President, Alpha Beta-University of Rhode Island:
The relationships I have made in Sigma Delta Tau are ones that will last me a lifetime and the women in my chapter have helped me grow into the person I am today. My mother and I are extremely grateful to all of the donors who make this scholarship possible and help us fund my education. All I can say is that this is an example of how Sigma Delta Tau truly empowers women and helps each member grow into someone I am proud to call my sister.
– Mariel Casali, 100 Years of Sisterhood Scholarship recipient
You are making an impact…
for collegiate women who may not be able to stay in school if it weren’t for financial support from their alumnae sisters through the Sigma Delta Tau Foundation. One of those sisters is Erica Amarini, a senior from Gamma Rho-Ramapo College of New Jersey:
Growing up in a less privileged community has not only offered financial and academic challenges, but has also helped me realize the value of a college education. I am the first in my family to attend college, something that may not have been possible without the generous support of donors like you who enable SDT to offer scholarship opportunities for women like me
–Erica Amarini, 100 years of sisterhood scholarship recipient
You can continue to support our sisters in need…
Through the Sigma Delta Tau Foundation as we strive to raise the final $10,000 of our goal for the $100 for 100 years campaign. Your gift will help kick-off year 101 of Sigma Delta Tau with generous alumnae support of educational scholarships for collegiate women. Your help is needed to ensure sisters like Mariel and Erica stay in college and continue to pursue their dreams. Send your $100 gift today or give online now!
Thank you so very much for continued support.
2017 100 Years of Sisterhood Scholarship Recipients:
Erica Amarini, Gamma Rho-Ramapo College of New Jersey
Mariel Casali, Alpha Beta-University of Rhode Island
Hannah Chartrand, Beta Pi-University of Rochester
Jennifer Martin, Gamma Rho-Ramapo College of New Jersey
Kellie Vertetis, Delta Nu-Stevens Institute of Technology
Donations can be made through a one time transaction or by monthly automatic deduction.
SDT Foundation is a 501 (C) (3) organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent of the law.