March 11, 2023, is the Coastal Georgia Founders Day Celebration and Rededication, sponsored by the following chapters: Brunswick Alumnae Delta Nu Hinesville Alumnae Savannah Alumnae Statesboro Alumnae Tau Alpha Waycross Alumnae Xi Eta The featured speaker will be Cheryl Turner, National Co-Chair of Program Planning & Development Committee, and past Southern Region Director (2011-2016). […]
Savannah Alumnae Chapter, in partnership with the Delta Nu Chapter, is sponsoring “7 Days of Advocacy: A Call to Action and Impact” in response to decisions made concerning women’s reproductive rights and the ongoing problems with public safety/gun violence. This weeklong event will begin on October 16 with a Prayer Call and a News Blast, […]
We are now accepting applications for our Youth Initiative Programs for the 2022-2023 academic year. Please click the link below if you are interested in enrolling your child in Delta Academy, Delta GEMS, or EMBODI. https://form.jotform.com/222043606605144
The members of Savannah Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., along with our members worldwide, mourn the sudden passing of our beloved 27th National President and Chair of the National Board of Directors, Cheryl A. Hickmon. We extend heartfelt condolences to her family, friends, and loved ones.
We began our voter registration campaign at the SSU vs Morehouse football game. Under the leadership of President Elaine Shavers Campbell, Social Action Chair Dr. Pat Harris, and Vice-Chair Rhonda Houston, we registered people to vote, assisted in checking voting status, and stressed the importance of voting to those who had questions.
In recognition of National Voter Registration Day on September 28, our chapter and several community partners are working together, expanding our reach, and registering voters for our Operation Voters Registration Crusade 2021. If you need to get registered to vote, or if you know someone who does, join us at one of the three locations […]
“Elevate: Our Sister, Our Chapter, Our Impact” #ServingToElevate
First Vice-President Janice Dandy Harris, President Elaine Shavers Campbell, and Second Vice-President Me’Kia Davis with a representative from J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center.