Day of Service: April 1

Service and philanthropy are very important to Sigma Kappa, and it is important for our members to continue to find ways to positively impact our communities. By encouraging our members to get involved in daily acts of service, we can change the world for the better. To support our value of service, we are excited to announce our upcoming inaugural Day of Service on April 1!


How To Get Involved


Projects completed on the Day of Service can be anything you choose – whether it supports one of our philanthropic partners or supports another that has meaning to your chapter or you as an individual.


What To Do


More information will be updated in the coming weeks, so check back often to learn more about how we recommend you get involved in the Day of Service in your local community!


Helpful Links

National Options
Doing Good Together Link
Habitat for Humanity Link
American Red Cross Link
All for Good Link
VolunteerMatch Link
Location Specific
Atlanta Link
Boston Cares Link
Boston Volunteer Link
Chicago Cares Link
Desert Volunteer Connect Link
HandsOn Bay Area Link
IndyHub Link
Jacksonville Link
Jersey Cares Link
New York Cares Link
NYC Service Link
Serve Philadelphia Link
Volunteer Houston Link
Volunteer Phoenix Link


PR Toolkit

Day of Service Logos Zip File
Helpful Hints for Taking Good Photos and Videos  PDF
Media Alert Template Word
Press Release Template Word
Tips for Press Release and Media Alert PDF



Chapter Projects
Theta Pi Making "tie blankets" to give to the Golisano Children's Hospital in Rochester, NY
Alpha Chi Collecting non-perishable food itmes and personal hygiene products for a local Hospitality House
Gamma Beta Creating an "Adventure of Service" including four different volunteer sites
Epsilon Beta Cleaning up the university campus
Lambda Beta Completing a beach sweep
Theta Mu Visiting the Evergreen Nature Preserve in Charlotte to assist with park clean up and beautification
Theta Phi Assisting with an animal shelter dog adoption and education event
Gamma Phi Assisting the Salvation Army Homework Help and Service Raleigh organizations
Gamma Theta Long Beach community beach clean up
Kappa Omicron Matheson Hammock Park beach clean up
Beta Omega Participating in the campus Dance Marathon
Beta Upsilon Baking and delivering spring themed cookies and flowers to a local nursing home
Epsilon Mu Completing three different projects including volunteering at the Humane Society, a campus clean up and helping at a nursing home
Eta Singing and visiting with residents at a local Alzheimer's nursing home
Delta Theta Participating in their campus service day, Big Event
Kappa Tau Participating in their campus service day, Big Event
Zeta Iota Assisting university maintenance workers in cleaning up the university campus
Lambda Alpha Making "tie blankets" to donate to the Maine Sea Coast Mission
Lambda Theta Participating in the university Relay for Life
Theta Upsilon Visiting residents at a local nursing home
Epsilon Zeta Cleaning up a local highway through an "Adopt a Highway" program
Epsilon Eta Participating in the university Relay for Life, and also sending members to partner with Theta Upsilon chapter's project
Alpha Phi Cleaning up the university campus
Kappa Pi Participating in the campus Dance Marathon 
Kappa Eta Volunteering with the Botanic Gardens of Fort Worth
Zeta Omicron Completing two different projects including volunteering at a local food pantry and baking cookies and cupcakes to bring to the local police and fire stations
Epsilon Lambda Volunteering with the local animal shelter
Beta Nu Completing two differen tprojects including volunteering at the National Eating Disorder Awareness Walk on their campus and visiting residents at a local assisted living home
Kappa Nu Visiting the local senior center to play bingo with the residents
Kappa Beta Hosting a "Sigma Kappa Salon" at a local nursing home by painting residents nails, combing their hair, and having a photoshoot at the end of the day
Delta Pi Cleaning up the university campus