Alumnae, chapters and friends of SDT are invited to donate to an existing fund or establish a new perpetual scholarship fund through the SDT Foundation. Currently, the minimum to endow a fund is $25,000 over the course of five years. Scholarship awards are generated from investment earnings, preserving the endowment in perpetuity.

Funds actively working toward endowment:

Existing scholarship endowment funds:

  • Alpha Beta Chapter Scholarship for University of Rhode Island
  • Amy Apfel Tishman Scholarship for Alpha Chapter
  • Belle Korschak Goldstrich Scholarship
  • Beth Metzger Gruber Scholarship for Phi Chapter
  • Brandi Gurwitch Memorial Scholarship for Chi Chapter
  • Carol Posner Goldstein Scholarship
  • Debbie Reduce Eleftheriou Scholarship for Beta Tau
  • Deborah Hoffman Memorial Scholarship for Alpha Iota/Alpha Mu Chapters
  • Delta Alumnae Scholarship for SUNY Buffalo
  • Elizabeth McQueen Sesler Scholarship
  • Elysa Luick Alpha Zeta Scholarship for Pittsburgh
  • Frances Alder Schwartz Scholarship
  • Harriet Appelman Beck Scholarship
  • Ilene Rabinowitz Fleischmann Scholarship
  • Joan Ellis Shatkin Scholarship
  • Judith Rubenstein Rosenberg Scholarship
  • Marissa Altman Gottfried Scholarship for Gamma Eta Chapter
  • Maxine Foreman Zarrow/Gail Zarrow Richards Scholarship
  • Melissa Sarkis Memorial Scholarship for Gamma Chi Chapter
  • Miriam Rosenbloum Grant Scholarship for Journalism
  • Regene Freund Cohane Scholarship
  • Ruth Coine Scholarship
  • Ruth Metzger Katz Scholarship for Kappa Chapter
  • Ruth Neuman Jacobson Scholarship
  • Sheila Garon Schwartz/Helene P. Garon Scholarship
  • Sunflower Scholarship in memory of Pricilla Perez Torres benefiting Gamma Mu, Northeastern
  • Trudy Kirchhausen Turkel Scholarship
  • Upsilon Chapter Scholarship for Indiana University
  • Xi Scholarship for All Members

If you would like to establish a scholarship fund in your name please contact Kristen at 317-846-7747 or

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