Phoenix Alums also make turtle shaped pillow skins for campers at Painted Turtle Camp, one of Delta Zeta's National Philanthropies.
Scholarships for Women
Panhellenic volunteers annually donate their time to work concessions at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in order to earn money to provide scholarships for Arizona undergraduate, graduate and continuing education collegiate Greek women. Since 1975, Thunderbird Charities has generously donated over $750,000 to Phoenix Panhellenic Association for its volunteer support at the golf tournament. Many Delta Zetas have received scholarships through Panhellenic and our volunteer efforts.
The Phoenix Alumnae Chapter of Delta Zeta sorority supports several Philanthropies.
Since 1983 we have given a scholarship(s) to a graduating senior(s) from the Phoenix Day School for the Deaf who is going on to higher education. The award is now named the Delta Zeta Phoenix Alumnae/Claudia Edwards Hosking Memorial Scholarship. A tribute to Claudia, our long time Philanthropy chairwomen.
"To those whom my life may touch in slight measure, may I give graciously of what is mine"
- from Delta Zeta Creed
Fundraising for our Philanthropies made simple!!
You can now purchase a Makeup Eraser for $20 and our alumnae organization will receive $10 for every one purchased! Comes in pink, black, blue and for a limited time... red!! Thanks to those who have already participated as Phoenix Delta Zeta Alumnae has earned over $500 so far for Philanthropies. To order yours, contact: Natalie Schade--
Save the date for next WMPO February 7-13, 2022
Every year DZs donate teddy bears for Mighty Change of Heart. These bears are given to children in crisis situations. Please bring your teddy bears to the December event or contact our Panhellenic delegate for pick up. Last year we donated 300.
In May 2016, our DZ Philanthropy Chair, Natalie Schade presented $2500 in scholarship monies to PDSD graduates, Cameron Van Zuiden and Vivian Pines who were both accepted and will be attending Gallaudet University. Marques Strawn will be attending a local community college before transferring to a 4-year University also received a scholarship. Top photo: (from left): Marques, Vivian, Cameron and Natalie Schade.