Philanthrophy/ Community Service

The Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation was established in 1992, a merger between the Robbie Page Memorial Fund and the Sigma Sigma Sigma Educational Foundation of Tri Sigma.
 
The RPM Fund made specific grants to hospitals for play therapy – a long-standing philanthropic outreach of Tri Sigma. The Educational Foundation awarded scholarships to members. 
Our Mission
Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation provides transformational philanthropy:  funding innovative leadership training for women, awarding scholarships, and investing in life-enhancing children’s therapy programs.  
 
PLAY THERAPY – Since 1954, Tri Sigma has funded over $2,000,000 in play therapy/child life programs. The Foundation is completing a pledge of $75,000 each to major play therapy/child life programs at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, and University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Supporting major teaching hospitals where therapists are trained to make an impact in the field has been a priority of Tri Sigma since 1954.  
Play Therapy is...A technique in the treatment of children in which the child's play is a medium for expression and communication between patient and therapist. The therapist uses play to help the young patient relieve stress, understand illness, communicate fears, undergo treatment. Hospital situations using play therapy range from helping a child learn to swallow medicine to helping her learn to live with her illness and prognosis
 
Alpha Kappa not only contributes to our national foundation but does more. As a chapter we join together to create cards and letters to send to our soldiers overseas. We also make sock puppets for the children's hospital at Ruby Memorial in Morgantown, Wv. We have also assisted the Ronald McDonald House in raising money for research on cancer. We are always helping the community in anyway we can and you can be apart of it!
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