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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 […]

The Southeastern Panhellenic Association (SEPA) has supported the Circle of Sisterhood in various ways and adopted the Foundation as the primary philanthropy for the annual conference this year. The Foundation’s founder Ginny Carroll attended the conference with a small team of volunteers to promote the Foundation and the work we are doing. Here, she tells her […]

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When done right, social media communication is more than a megaphone. It’s a two-way conversation, truly “social” in nature. This is especially important for Panhellenic Councils and student organizations planning Circle of Sisterhood events to remember. Promoting your events (that would be the megaphone) is a start, but to motivate and excite people around Circle […]

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EGBOK’s (Everything’s Gonna Be OK) mission is an international non‐profit organization empowering underprivileged youth with the educational and vocational training needed to support themselves as hospitality professionals. The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation is excited to grant $2,000 to the EGBOK mission. EGBOK will use this grant to provide schooling, housing, supplies, and a stipend for […]