Kappa Delta Foundation seals design contest
Since the first seals were first distributed in 1925, this one-of-a-kind initiative has raised funds to support the important work of the Kappa Delta Foundation. Alumnae donors who make an annual, tax-deductible gift, at any amount, to the foundation receive Kappa Delta Foundation seals designed by a Kappa Delta sister. Your annual gift must be received on or before Oct. 1 to have your name added to the mailing list for the year in which your gift is made.
2021 Design Contest Winner: Lexi Swager
Lexi Swager, Theta Rho-George Mason, designed this year’s Kappa Delta Foundation seal. A graphic design major with a minor in business from Fredericksburg, Virginia, Lexi was a member of Theta Rho’s founding class and served her chapter as vice president-public relations and assistant panhellenic delegate. “To be able to surround myself with a group of women who want to foster confidence, build leadership, and create lifelong friendships allowed me to become the best version of myself and have a home away from home,” Lexi says. Although she has now graduated, she cherishes the support system of sisters and friends Kappa Delta has provided. “I have made connections that I value beyond words.”
Enter the Kappa Delta Foundation seal design contest.
Interested in submitting your original design for the KDF seals? Follow these guidelines:
- Enter your original idea and simple design.
- Your submissions should be 4 inches by 5 inches.
- Artwork should be digital; usually two to three colors, e.g., blue and green, green and black, etc.
- Artwork must be submitted in one of the following vector formats
- .eps – encapsulated postscript
- .ai – adobe illustrator
- .svg – scalable vector graphics
- You may submit as many designs as you wish.
- Winter or Kappa Delta themed designs are encouraged.
- Entries should be received no later than May 15.
The member who submits the winning design receives a $100 award and will be featured in The Angelos. Her design will also receive national exposure when Kappa Deltas across the country use the seals to adorn pieces of mail throughout the winter season.