The Delta Sigma Phi foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds for Fraternity programming, education and leadership development. Since its founding in 1953, the Foundation has contributed immensely to the development of Delta Sigma Phi members.
Without the Foundation’s support, funding for Delta Sig’s values-based, educational and developmental programs falls on the shoulders of our undergraduate members, whether through membership dues or other out-of-pocket expenses. The Fraternity’s mission is to Build Better Men. Imagine how many more men we can develop if our national programming was more accessible and affordable for all members.
So, what does the Foundation fund?
- Scholarships and grants. Money given to undergraduate and alumni members for educational purposes eases financial burdens and allows recipients to pursue degrees and internship opportunities vital to their future success.
- National programs like Leadership Institute, Regional Leadership Academies, the Bruce J. Loewenberg Summit and Presidents’ Academy. The Foundation not only funds speakers, but also attendance costs for participants. Our programs can reach more men if their financial investment is low.
- Educational initiatives. Fraternity resources like The LAMP’s online educational modules, the Transition Experience and more bring life-long learning and development to members.
Your donations to the Delta Sigma Phi Foundation are valuable. They are also tax-deductible. The Delta Sigma Phi Foundation is a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. EIN: 846035598.