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National Sorority Of Phi Delta Kappa Inc

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Causes: Education, Student Sororities & Fraternities

Mission: To continuously seek ways to inform, encourage, motivate and inspire.

Programs: The organization has served over 85 clients during the year and has awarded 30 scholarships, grants and awards to high school students and youth in the community.

the organization held cultural activities and leadership workshops to enrich the well being of the organizations young woman and men.

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National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. founded in 1923 is an organization that supports education, educational pursuits and youth. . Pi Chapter of Trenton was the sixteenth chapter chartered by June, 1933. Pi is celebrating 81 years of service to the central New Jersey area. Pi Chapter vows to continue to uplift dedicated educators, promote the highest ideals of the teaching profession and encourage youth to attain higher levels of education and develop strong character.

Pi Chapter is most proud of our education and community work in the areas of: Youth Guidance Groups; our Xinos (girls) and Kudos (Boys) in grades 9-12, PiLites-Children/grandchildren of Pi members-0 age to grade 8, Praxis Study/Review Classes for incoming teachers (National Teacher Exam), Scholarship Awards, Book Awards, and Educational Grants and Community Health and Wellness Seminars.

Involvement in Activities include: Black History Celebrations, Adopt-A-Family/Adopt-A-School, Donations to Homeless, Make-A-Difference Day, Annual Back to School Materials Give-Away, *Teach-A-Rama Youth Conference, Trenton YMCA Partnership, Schools recognition for American Education Week and *Call to Action (to address social needs/issues).

Pi Chapter contributes to community centers, Reading Rooms, many community organizations including religious and charitable institutions. Members of the chapter have spent decades seeking new and better ways to contribute to educational and worthwhile causes and to demonstrate commitment to creating a better environment for all. National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc.-- Pi Chapter continues, 81 years later, working to contribute because we truly believe the phrase: “Education: (is) Everybody’s Business”.

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