Sigma Kappa Zeta's Ultra Violet Challenge

A team for Sigma Kappa Foundation Inc

  • $8,249
  • 124
  • 13

This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$8,249 raised of $15,000
($4,016 online, $3,608 offline)

Raising money for the Sigma Kappa Foundation, which fundraises for our chapter's philanthropies including Alzheimer's Disease research.


name dollars donors


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

SK Friends & Family - UV Days 2011

$3,116 27


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Sigma Chi - UV Days 2011

$1,270 39


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Pi Kappa Alpha - UV Days 2011

$1,216 21


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Pi Kappa Phi - UV Days 2011

$822 13


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Sigma Phi Epsilon - UV Days 2011

$550 5


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Beta Theta Pi - UV Days 2011

$330 9


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Phi Kappa Psi - UV Days 2011

$220 2


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Zeta Beta Tau - UV Days 2011

$160 2


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Alpha Epsilon Pi - UV Days 2011

$0 2


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Delta Tau Delta - UV Days 2011

$0 1


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Kappa Sigma - UV Days 2011

$0 1


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Theta Delta Chi - UV Days 2011

$0 1


Sigma Kappa Zeta @ GW

Phi Sigma Kappa - UV Days 2011

$0 1

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Our chapter – Sigma Kappa Zeta at The George Washington University – is dedicated to being actively involved in fundraising for our sorority’s national philanthropic organization, the Sigma Kappa Foundation. In turn, the Sigma Kappa Foundation allocates donations to our sorority’s 4 principal philanthropies:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease research
  • Gerontology research
  • Inherit the Earth
  • The Maine Sea Coast Mission

About our philanthropies:

Alzheimer's Disease research

In 1984 Sigma Kappa responded to an increasingly critical problem facing older Americans by adding Alzheimer's Disease research and education to its philanthropic activities. Research grants are made each year to universities and other institutions actively engaged in the fight against Alzheimer's Disease.


In 1954 Sigma Kappa became the first national sorority to recognize the need for continued, comprehensive work on the study of aging and the needs of elderly populations. Collegiate and alumnae members throughout the country volunteer their time and talent in support of numerous projects to assist and benefit the elderly

Inherit the Earth

This program ties Sigma Kappa's interest in older citizens with its interest in the environment. Through Inherit the Earth, collegians, alumnae and older citizens work together to improve local environments.

The Maine Sea Coast Mission

Since 1918 Sigma Kappa has paid homage to its Maine roots by supporting the activities of the Maine Sea Coast Mission. The Mission delivers critical services to people in need while striving to redress the root causes of those needs. With the help of the 75-foot mission vessel, Sunbeam V, direct programs and services include church and pastoral work, assistance to those in sickness and poverty, financial aid, food banks, recycled clothing shops, crisis intervention, youth programs, and ministries in the field. The Mission serves the islands from mid-coast to Downeast Maine, as well as mainland Hancock and Washington counties.

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