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The Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation exists to generate and provide financial support for Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity's educational and charitable programs, which assist members to achieve individual and professional excellence within the business community
The Snyder Nation Foundation was founded after Craig Snyder lost his valiantly fought battle against glioblastoma multiforme in 2010. Through his battle with the most lethal form of brain cancer, we learned that brain cancer is still often considered an orphan disease due to lack of funding. Our goal is help fund curative research for brain cancer, to help spread awareness of brain cancer, and to help increase access to care for those battling brain tumors.
Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation provides transformational philanthropy: funding innovative leadership training for women, awarding scholarships, and investing in life-enhancing children's therapy programs. As a non-profit organization, we are the conduit to help donors create this legacy.
Triangle Education Foundation values the opportunity that Triangle provides to its members allowing them to excel in academics, leadership, and human interaction. Triangle Education Foundation’s mission is to provide leadership and resources that help achieve the educational and personal development goals and objectives of Triangle and its members.
The mission of the Columbus Kappa Foundation is to provide support for members of the Columbus (OH) Alumni chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi and social/goodwill chapter programs with a particular emphasis on helping African-Americans and others at-risk subjects in our local community
Phi Theta Kappa is the international Honor Society for two-year colleges. Founded in 1918, the Society emphasizes scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship for high-achieving students. Alpha Kappa Psi is the Honor Society chapter at Kap‘olani Community College and part of the Pacific Region.
The purposes of this Society shall be to: 1. Recognize superior achievement. 2. Recognize the development of leadership qualities. 3. Foster high professional standards. 4. Encourage creative work. 5. Strengthen commitment to the ideals and purposes of the profession. 6. Provide support, including funding, to other organizations exempt from federal income taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 7. Assist and engage in any other activities which are permitted to be carried on by organizations exempt from federal income taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Digamma Lambda Mu is a non-governmental organization founded on March 29, 2012, whose goal is to provide individual self-development and community growth through community developmental activities. Located in New York City, we create and organize community development projects that improve the lives of immigrants, low-income families, and at-risk youths of the New York metropolitan area.