Welcome to Our Website
Since 1913, our Sorority has been a beacon of light for college-educated, predominately African-American women across the globe, promoting academic excellence, public service, and sisterhood. Following in this tradition, Annapolis Alumnae Chapter, chartered on December 9, 1947, lights the way for public service projects throughout Anne Arundel County.
This website was developed to provide insight on what our illustrious Sorority is all about and the services that the Annapolis Alumnae Chapter is providing within our community. We remain dedicated to the Sorority’s traditions of Sisterhood, Scholarship, and Service, and strive toward making a difference in the lives of our citizens through volunteering, public service, education, and social action. The Annapolis Alumnae Chapter has a dedicated membership that is faithfully committed to family and community on all levels--city, state, national, and international. We remain in the forefront, providing stellar service, and paving the way for others to emulate.
The Annapolis Alumnae Chapter is one of more than 1000 chapters working as directed by our Grand Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Our chapter programs address the concerns of the local community and are an extension of our national emphasis found in the Sorority’s Five-Point Programmatic Thrust, which are the cornerstone of this great organization and the foundation on which we focus our service. They include:
- Economic Development
- Educational Development
- International Awareness and Involvement
- Physical and Mental Health
- Political Awareness
We are proud of the work the Annapolis Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., has done in the community over the years. The commitment of this great sisterhood to maintain a positive role through our leadership, volunteer service, scholarship, and financial contributions is a tribute to the mission of our great founders.
Thank you for visiting our site, and we hope to see you at our future events. We welcome your participation as we work together to make a difference in our community.
Due: February 4, 2019
September - June
(unless otherwise notified)
St. Philip's Episcopal
Church Family Life Center
730 Bestgate Road
Annapolis, MD 21401