Prince George's County Delta Alumnae Foundation, Inc. 

DELTA Alumnae Foundation,Inc.

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Welcome to the Official Website of the Prince George’s County Delta Alumnae Foundation, Incorporated.  

This 501(c) 3 nonprofit, tax-exempt organization represents the extraordinary vision of the legendary members of the Prince George’s County Alumnae Chapter (PGCAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.  The mission of the Foundation is to support and promote culturally respectful community programs that improve the quality of life for the residents residing in Prince George’s County, Maryland.  Many of these diverse programs have been developed and implemented by PGCAC. The current programs include an Annual Week-Long Tour of Historically Black Colleges and Universities for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors; two Annual College Tours for 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students during the spring and fall; reading circles for elementary school-aged children; a Biennial Jabberwock Cotillion for girls ages 8 to 18; and a computer learning laboratory for adults.   The Foundation sponsors an annual Scholarship Fashion Show/Luncheon benefit in partnership with PGCAC.  Additionally,   the Foundation annually hosts a Holiday Splendor Dinner Dance in December and Diamonds and Denim – an Old School Hand Dance/Line Dance Card Party in late winter.    

Incorporated in 1996, the Foundation has evolved over time, providing essential support for the programs developed and implemented by PGCAC.  Always seeking innovative strategies to best meet the prevailing and emerging needs presented by the growing and diverse population of Prince George’s County, Chapter members collectively agreed that a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization was essential. In spite of the optimistic statistical data that affirmed positive health indicators and significant wealth when comparing the County with neighboring jurisdictions, growing pockets of children and their families face serious disadvantages.  The Foundation serves to address and ultimately reverse these shortcomings by engaging the community and providing affordable and accessible opportunities for support.

In May 2009, the Foundation purchased real property for a Cultural Center.  The Foundation looks forward to managing an ongoing, aggressive agenda for change while offering life-altering opportunities for the Prince George’s County community.  This work will be accomplished in partnership with PGCAC, schools, churches, businesses, and other organizations that embrace similar goals focused on strengthening children and their families and all who touch their lives, collectively striving to promote positive change.

“What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.” – Pericles.

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