Fund Endowment Update

We are always grateful to work with members to establish endowed funds that honor a special sister, chapter or program. Take a look at three funds below where your dollars can make a difference!

 

Amanda Baker Scholarship Fund

Honoring Rho Alpha alumna Amanda Baker, this academic scholarship fund is aimed at helping women who are studying STEM (science, technology, engineering or math). Amanda passed away earlier this year after a valiant battle with cancer and this scholarship fund was established by her husband to help her legacy live through others.

 

Zeta Sigma Sisterhood Scholarship Fund

Honoring the 30th anniversary of the Zeta Sigma Chapter at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, chapter alumnae created this fund to provide academic scholarship opportunities to Zeta Sigma members.

 

Sharon L. Henson Adviser Development Fund

Honoring longtime Chapter Adviser Sharon L. Henson, Delta Eta, Georgetown College, this fund was established by National President Andie Kash, Delta Eta, and Beth Denney Ward, Delta Eta in honor of the Delta Eta Chapter’s 50th anniversary. This fund will support continuing education and leadership coaching of advisers and chapter support volunteers; prepare advisers as conduits in the evolution of the holistic student and advancing an inclusive collegiate experience; and for specific individual training, group conferencing – both in person and through technology, and educational resources.

 

If you would like to contribute to these funds, visit www.phimufoundation.org/give and select any of these funds from the drop-down menu to designate your gift.

 

If you are interested in establishing a named fund/grant or scholarship, please contact Director of Major Gifts Mandi Young at myoung@phimu.org or at 770-632-2126 for more information.

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