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Target 5: Global  Impact

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® Chapters will engage in programming designed to enhance the international footprint of the  sorority.

National Global Impact Day. Chapters will engage in a community service project that has an international impact and will partner with organizations that make a difference worldwide.

Global Assistance Activities. Chapters will engage in global partnerships that provide assistance to the underserved in international areas populated with people of color. These partnerships include the following:

        Soles 4 Souls. Chapters will collect gently-worn shoes and transport the shoes to specified locations.

         Lions Club International. Chapters will participate in an eyeglass initiative designed to prevent blindness, help restore eyesight, and improve        eye health and eye care for millions of people around the world by donating used eyeglasses in partnership with local Lions Clubs.

         Pillowcase Project. Chapters will continue to use pillowcases to make dresses for little girls and will expand the sorority's efforts to                        include shirts for little boys. The pillowcase dresses and shirts will be sent to Haiti to provide clothing for children in need.

Refugees in America Assistance Program (RAAP). Chapters will focus on refugees of color in the United States by partnering with organizations engaged in support activities that assist refugees and their families to integrate into American life.

Zeta Chi Omega Chapter in 2018:

Donated 125 packets of sanitary napkins to Liberia.

Donated 190 dolls for girls in South Africa.

Held a Model UN workshop for students in the Northern Virginia area.

Donated approximately 200 of eyeglasses to the Lions Club.

Donated 1205 pairs of shoes to Soles4Souls.

Won the top-place award for Soles4Souls - an all expense paid trip for one, to Honduras to deliver the much needed shoes to the Hondurans.

In 2019 chapter members will stitch dresses for kids in Haiti along with its newest partner, the African Community Center in Arlington, Virginia.

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Last updated: September 5, 2019


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