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2022-2023 Annual Report

Dear Sisters and Friends,

As we look back on the past year, we are overwhelmed with gratitude. Time and time again, you have shown up for your fellow KDs, selflessly giving time, talent and treasure to ensure our sisterhood is the best it can be.

Today’s collegians are bravely facing a complex environment, and they join Kappa Delta looking for support and belonging, where they can become the best version of themselves. They face increasing costs of tuition, often working multiple jobs while in school, are impacted by mental health concerns, and are navigating an increasingly polarized culture. Providing our sisters with the safety of our sisterhood, the access to learning and development to build confidence, the resources and support they need to succeed has never been more important.

Your support ensures that Kappa Delta can pour into our members as they strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest. You make it possible to provide scholarships, mental health support, personal and professional development for collegiate and alumnae sisters, hazing prevention and alcohol skills training and so much more. Thank you.

Together, we are building a sisterhood where women lift each other up, whose members cheer each other on and support each other through life’s great challenges. We are so proud to be on this journey with you.

In our KD,


Michelle Parmley Rabideau, CFRE         Maggie Waples
Chair, Kappa Delta Foundation                 Executive Director, Kappa Delta Sorority & Foundation

Total Awarded Because of Your Support in 2022-2023: $1,592,685


Your Support Matters

You Make a Difference

Sofia Scalzo (Sigma Epsilon-Texas/Austin)

hopes to attend medical school after completing her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry. Her love for medicine began as a child and has fueled her to spend her time giving back. Sofia has trained as an EMT, volunteered her skills in a free clinic in Panama and is learning the skills necessary to advocate for underrepresented populations. Receiving a scholarship from the Kappa Delta Foundation has given her more freedom during the school year to support her community and chase her dreams.