Kappa Delta Sorority

Kappa Delta Sorority

In 1998, Girl Scouts of the USA launched a distinguished partnership with Kappa Delta Sorority. Through this ever-growing relationship, Kappa Delta members are making great things happen in the lives of countless girls across the country.

As Girl Scout mentors and volunteers, Kappa Delta collegians and alumnae are reinforcing our shared values of honesty, integrity, friendship and girl leadership. Kappa Delta chapters host confidence-building and anti-bullying events, International Girls Day celebrations and other activities that expose girls to life on campus. Girl Scouts who take part in Kappa Delta sponsored events are eligible to earn a special Kappa Delta participation patch.

Additionally, The Kappa Delta Foundation contributes annually to the Girl Scout Gold Award program. In 2012, Kappa Delta provided each of the ten Girl Scout Gold Award National Young Woman of Distinction award recipients a $4,500 scholarship toward her college tuition, as well as additional $1,000 scholarships to the five runners-up. Kappa Delta has also provided funding for Gold Award expos at Girl Scout Councils across the country.

About Kappa Delta
Kappa Delta is a national sorority with nearly 230,000 members. It strives to make great things happen in women's lives, on campuses and in communities across the country. Kappa Delta inspires its members to reach their potential by offering opportunities for leadership, personal development, academic success and community service, all in the context of true friendship. In 2009 Kappa Delta created the Confidence Coalition to bring together individuals and organizations that help build confidence in girls and women. To learn more, visit www.confidencecoalition.org.