Community Service Initiatives
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. has long demonstrated an interest in serving the needs of the community. Spanning the Sorority's nearly thirty-year partnership with the March of Dimes to its relationship with the Human Genome Project, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. has been at the forefront of anticipating the ever-changing needs of society.
It is within this framework that the International Service Initiative for Delta Alpha Zeta Chapter implements a number of Z-H.O.P.E. projects, such as: Z-Pack It Up (collecting and distributing school supplies for needy children); Stork’s Nest (a partnership with the March of Dimes instituted to encourage women to seek prenatal care); Educational Opportunities, via our AIDS/HIV Awareness workshops (an annual scholarship event held to raise money for Brooklyn youth seeking financial assistance in an effort to attend institutions of higher learning).
Delta Alpha Zeta Chapter also makes financial contributions to the following organizations:
Delta Alpha Zeta Chapter Sponsored Scholarships
- Nazarene Congregational United Church of Christ Scholarship
- Fannie Pettie Watts College Scholarship Program
- Fact Sheet || Scholarship Application
- Sarah E. Green Diamond Scholarship
Delta Alpha Zeta Stork's Nest Foundation
Since 1972, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. has enjoyed a partnership with the March of Dimes in an effort to encourage women to seek prenatal care within the first trimester of pregnancy, thereby increasing the prevention of birth defects and infant mortality.
Locally, Delta Alpha Zeta Chapter has sponsored a Stork's Nest in Brooklyn since 2003. Since its inception, the Delta Alpha Zeta Chapter Stork's Nest program has served many women in the borough of Brooklyn.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.: National Educational Foundation
The National Educational Foundation of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. with 501©3 status is created and operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. The principle activities and purpose of the trust are to award scholarship grants to worthy students for the pursuit of higher education; to conduct community educational programs which will aid in the educational and vocational improvement in individual and community living standards; to engage in activities which will aid in the educational development of all women.