Service & Philanthropy
Through service and fundraising for charitable organizations, Kappa Alpha Theta’s members and chapters demonstrate their commitment to spreading the widest influence for good. Each year on October 19, Thetas worldwide celebrate founder Bettie Locke Hamilton’s birthday with
Day of Service.
And every year, college and alumnae chapters also host fundraising events to benefit Theta’s two philanthropic partners: Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation and National Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian ad Litem (CASA/GAL) Association. No matter the time of year or the event, Thetas are committed to making the world a better place.
Created by Thetas for Thetas in 1960, Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable and educational tax-exempt organization. Theta Foundation’s mission is to secure and manage resources for the educational, leadership, and philanthropic programs of the Fraternity and for the scholastic, professional, and service pursuits of its members. Awarding more than $1.1 million annually, Theta Foundation stands as pillar of support for Thetas to help them reach their
fullest potential and make a difference in the world.
After more than 60 years, Theta Foundation remains committed to partnering with Theta women and chapters to support the Fraternity’s ideals of highest scholarship, widest influence for good, and love.
Learn more about Theta Foundation.
National Court Appointed Special Advocations/Guardian ad Litem (CASA/GAL) Association
Since 1989, Thetas have partnered with National Court Appointed Special Advocates/Guardian ad Litem (CASA/GAL) to impact the lives of foster children. As an organization of women committed to spreading the widest influence for good, Kappa Alpha Theta has contributed millions of dollars over the years to local and National CASA/GAL programs as well as countless volunteer hours.
Learn more about Theta Foundation’s relationship with National CASA/GAL.