Kappa Delta Wins National Philanthropy Day Award


We are so proud to announce that the ladies of Kappa Delta sorority at the University of Arkansas are the 2015 recipients of the Youth in Philanthropy award presented by the Northwest Arkansas chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals at the National Philanthropy Day luncheon help at Embassy Suites in Rogers, AR.

The ladies of Kappa Delta are very passionate about raising awareness about child abuse issues to the University community as well as the Northwest Arkansas community. These young women have held events to raise funds and awareness for the Children’s Safety Center for the past 8 years while logging countless volunteer hours. They also bring more than 100 new members to the Center each fall to tour and learn about our programs.

We and the children we serve are so very thankful to have you all as partners and friends. Congratulations on your accomplishments and award!

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