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I volunteered to write for this blog and agreed to craft a personal reflection about the book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. I then realized that I had to actually finish the book that had been collecting dust on my bookshelf. After meeting the sisters behind the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation last […]

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National Volunteer Week is ‘celebrated’ the second week of April annually. The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation is run ENTIRELY on volunteers and we believe a week, just doesn’t cut it! Karyn Nishimura Sneath is the CEO of NPower, a proud Sigma Kappa and vice-chair of the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation. In her role for the Circle […]

Graduation is my favorite time of year on a college campus. Caps and gowns. Pomp and circumstance. Memories and expectations.  It’s a season of promise that leads us into the future together, and when the faculty procession begins each Spring, I quickly remember my own Commencement. The morning of my graduation from the University of […]

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Miami University’s Panhellenic Council is getting creative with fundraisers for Circle of Sisterhood. They recently invited fraternity men to join in on the fun, hosting a “Brothers Helping Sisters” trip to a Cincinatti Reds game. The event raised almost $400 in donations, which were an add-on to the game ticket price. We interviewed Molly Kenney, […]

    The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation is pleased to introduce you to another grant recipient: The SOLD Project. The Mission of The SOLD Project is to prevent child prostitution through culturally relevant programs for vulnerable children. They strive to share their stories to empower creative, compassionate people to act. The SOLD Project offers educational […]