Chapter Giving and Community Impact

Alumnae and Collegiate Chapter Giving

Philanthropy and service are important to Alpha Chi Omega. Our commitment to domestic violence awareness allows our chapters and members to provide meaningful volunteer and financial support to programs that benefit women in their chapters, on their campuses and in their communities.
 
Many alumnae and collegiate chapters choose to support the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation with an annual gift. These gifts help strengthen the legacy of Alpha Chi Omega, providing members with educational, leadership and service-learning programs that aren’t teachable in a traditional classroom environment. It is our hope to provide opportunities for every member to grow and succeed. With your chapter’s generosity, this vision is possible.
 
To learn more about the ways your chapter can support the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation, contact Anne Curosh, associate director of advancement.
 

Community Impact (CI) Program

The CI program - formerly known as the Local Philanthropic Initiatives or LPI program - provides Alpha Chi Omega collegiate and alumnae chapters the opportunity to support local non-profits while also supporting the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation.
 
Benefits for Using CI Program
By utilizing the CI program, there are many benefits to your chapter. You’ll help the sisters who’ve been by your side while also supporting your local non-profit, making a difference in your community. Your donors will benefit, too, by receiving a tax receipt for their donation.
 
When your chapter raises money through the CI program, you’ll receive Foundation giving recognition for the full amount of funds raised. This includes being recognized at Alpha Chi Omega’s National Convention, in publications and on social media. You’ll also gain exclusive access to the Foundation’s online fundraising platform making it easier to fundraise!
 
No matter the size of your chapter’s philanthropy event, you can use the CI program to make a greater impact.

Collegiate CI Program Frequently Asked Questions
Collegiate CI Program Resource

Alumnae CI Program Frequently Asked Questions
Alumnae CI Program Resource

Online Giving Platform (CrowdChange)  CrowdChange will be available to alumnae chapters beginning in 2020

Get started today! Complete your CI form here in Lyre Links.

Collegiate chapters' VP finance, VP philanthropy and chapter president will find the form under the Finance tab. 
Alumnae chapter officers will find the form under the Philanthropy tab.

For more information on the CI program, please contact the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation.


SCARLET RIBBON Society

Before our badge was designed, our Founders wore scarlet and olive ribbons around campus to show they were Alpha Chi Omegas. Scarlet Ribbon Society offers an exciting opportunity to learn about the power of philanthropy through individual giving.
 
Scarlet Ribbon Society is Alpha Chi Omega Foundation’s annual giving society exclusively for collegians. Through Scarlet Ribbon Society, collegiate sisters are changing lives and making an impact on our future by helping sisters in need while supporting programs that make Alpha Chi Omega an organization for real, strong women.
 
To commemorate the year of Alpha Chi Omega’s founding, individual gifts of $18.85 or more are recognized with a limited-edition laptop decal that is only available to Scarlet Ribbon Society donors.
 
It’s easy to become a member of Scarlet Ribbon Society by making your donation today.
 
Already a Scarlet Ribbon Society donor? Join Scarlet Ribbon Leadership Council, a group comprised of select Alpha Chi Omega collegiate donors who serve as ambassadors for Alpha Chi Omega Foundation’s mission, purpose and initiatives.
 
For more information on Scarlet Ribbon Society and Scarlet Ribbon Leadership Council, please contact Madeline Plesac, associate director of advancement.
 
 

 


 
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