We are tremendously grateful for the support of our sisters and Foundation friends who make it possible for us to provide emergency grants to members in crisis, scholarships and leadership training for collegiate and alumnae sisters, resources to fight hazing and support mental wellness, funding for the preservation of monuments and memorials unique to our history, and so much more!
Our last giving year running from August 1, 2020 to July 31, 2021 was a tremendous success. We received more than $3,400,000 in support from our donors, including an amazing $1,032,016 on our 6th annual day of giving. It was another milestone year, and we couldn’t have done it without the loyal support of our members and friends. Thanks to their generosity, the Foundation was able to provide the following during the 2020-2021 giving year:
- Competitive academic scholarships worth $222,125 for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education study to 147 recipients
- Grants to universities to honor milestone chapter anniversaries on their respective campuses
- Investment in the preservation of objects, documents, photographs, and stories in a user-friendly online platform
- Grants to the sorority for the preservation of our archived collection in the Adelphean Room of the Cannonball House and the Eugenia Tucker Fitzgerald Memorial in Macon, Georgia
- Grants for qualifying spaces in five chapter houses thanks to the donors who invested in those projects
- Educational programming for chapter members, advisors, and alumnae attending Collegiate Leadership Summit, Talk About It Tuesday webinars, and other virtual leadership programs
- Resources for our undergraduate members in the continued fight to prevent hazing, to support mental wellness, and in programs to address sexual and relationship misconduct, binge drinking, hazing, and bullying
- More than $93,000 in Abigail Davis Emergency Grants and Clasped Hands Fund Grants to collegiate and alumnae members in financial distress
- Resources for our members as they worked to raise more than $900,000 for local Ronald McDonald House Charities® Chapters and other non-profit organizations through their philanthropy events
- $25,000 in grants to local RMHC® Chapters through our RMHC Endowment
Gifts given in support of the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation provide essential resources for Alpha Delta Pi sorority’s educational, leadership and philanthropic activities. Established in 1983 as a separate 501(c)(3) organization, the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation accepts tax-deductible gifts to fund a variety of opportunities that benefit Alpha Delta Pi and its members, as well as the community at large.
The Alpha Delta Pi Foundation is proud to award approximately 150 competitive academic scholarships each year with a total of more than $300,000 in scholarships. Award amounts vary up to $5,000, and scholarships are available for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education study. Alpha Delta Pi members in good standing who have a 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA (unless otherwise noted) are encouraged to apply.
The 2023-2024 application is now open. The deadline is March 1, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
- November 2022 – Scholarship application opens
- March 1, 2023 at 11:59pm EST – Application deadline
- March & April – Scholarship Committee reviews applications and makes recommendations
- May – Board of Trustees reviews and approves recommendations
- June – Applicants are notified of status
- August – Scholarship checks are disbursed directly to recipients’ college or university
Other Helpful Documents:
- 2023-2024 Scholarship Guide
- 2023-2024 Listing of ALL Available Scholarships
- 2023-2024 Chapters with Chapter-Specific Scholarships
- Frequently Asked Questions
Additional Scholarship Opportunities:
- The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) Foundation offers undergraduate and graduate scholarships for outstanding Panhellenic women.
- Your local alumnae Panhellenic organization may also offer scholarship opportunities (be sure to check both your hometown and school area).