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This post was written by Becca Bryant, member of Alpha Delta Pi and student at the University of South Carolina. This semester, I represented Alpha Delta Pi on USC’s first Circle of Sisterhood Trek through a nonprofit organization called BuildOn. Fifteen sorority women traveled to Nicaragua with the purpose of building the foundation of a […]

The Circle of Sisterhood supports entities that remove barriers to education for girls and women, uplifting them from poverty and oppression. Because of the generous support of our donors, we’ve had an impact in nineteen countries since our founding in 2010. Violence against women has added its own brand of shame to recent wars around […]

The ladies of Mu Chapter of Rho Lambda, at the University of Minnesota decided to hold a spring philanthropy event benefitting Circle of Sisterhood. Rho Lambda is the National Sorority Leadership Recognition Society; the Greek letters Rho Lambda stand for Panhellenic Leadership. Mu Chapter of Rho Lambda has grown significantly in the last year, and […]

The Circle of Sisterhood supports entities that remove barriers to education for girls and women, uplifting them from poverty and oppression. Because of the generous support of our donors, we’ve had an impact in nineteen countries since our founding in 2010. Educating women is central to poverty alleviation and sustainable development and because of the […]

Last fall, the Quinnipiac University Panhellenic Council held a great educational event for the sorority women on their campus. Circle of Sisterhood is fairly new to campus, so a lot of sorority women were interested in learning more about the background of the organization and how they could get involved. Leading up to the event, […]