Record-breaking membership in the 1902 Loyalty Society

Collegiate sisters show their support for the Delta Zeta Foundation by donating almost $100,000 this past year.


During the 2020-2021 academic year, 41 chapters had 100 percent participation in the 1902 Loyalty Society, Delta Zeta’s exclusive undergraduate giving society. When members join, they receive a one of a kind dangle as a thank you for their membership. And if 100 percent of their chapter members participate, they are entered to win a $1,000 gift card for their chapter.


The Delta Phi Chapter at Northeastern State University (OK) promotes the 1902 Loyalty Society to all members by promoting “to give graciously of what is mine.”


“Not only is generosity a Delta Zeta value,” said Chapter President Kelsey Moore, “but it’s also in the Creed that we strive to live every day.”


Kelsey went on to say that Delta Zeta has an incredible impact on members during their college years – through leadership opportunities, support, friendships and so much more. Delta Phi chose to participate at 100 percent because they value of importance of giving back to the organization that has given so much to them.


Delta Phi also had 100 percent participation during the 2019-2020 academic year and were able to complete painting upgrades with the $1,000 they won through the drawing.


The Omicron Nu Chapter at the University of Windsor (Canada), also had 100 percent participation in the 1902 Loyalty Society. Information, and education, is provided through social media or at chapter meetings.


“We recognize how important the future of our chapter and the Sorority is as a whole,” said Chapter President Dakota Jasutis. “So we promote how important this donation is to the future of our chapter and sisters.”


Both the Delta Phi and Omicron Nu Chapters said the word “encouragement” stands out to them when thinking about “Empower the Woman,” the Delta Zeta Foundation’s tagline. Delta Zeta provides unconditional love, support and encouragement in every aspect of life.


Our undergraduate members raised more than $99,000 this academic year through their membership in the 1902 Loyalty Society, instilling a culture of giving back among our youngest members.