Day of Service

Tri Sigma’s Day of Service was held the second Saturday of March, bringing together collegiate and alumnae sisters across the miles in service to actively demonstrate our commitment to citizenship and giving back to our communities.

Day of Service is about taking time out of our busy lives one day a year to purposefully spread compassion and good to our communities. It’s the power of one multiplied by 100,000 (the number of living initiated members). See how different chapters served their communities below.

Epsilon Alpha, California State University East Bay: Members cleaned up around community for Day of Service.

Eta Phi, Pratt Institute: Tri Sigma sisters provided smiles around campus by giving out flowers for Day of Service. 

Alpha Rho, Lock Haven University: Some of the Alpha Rho Chapter sisters spent the day in Harrisburg volunteering at the PA Vent Camp Gala for Day of Service. Members had fun while supporting their local philanthropy.

Alpha Gamma, Fort Hays State University: Tri Sigma Consultant Stephanie Blair spent the Day of Service volunteering at a Habitat House in Ellis, Kansas, with the Alpha Gamma chapter.

Alpha Alpha, Concord University: The Alpha Alpha chapter observed Day of Service early, making March of Dimes Mission Kits, information packets with statistics about premature babies.

Nu, University of Central Missouri: Nu Chapter sisters spent the Day of Service volunteering at the Warrensburg Food Center. Members organized soaps and put them into containers, as well as separated toothbrushes. Chapter members said they enjoyed giving back to their community and liked that Tri Sigma dedicates a whole day to doing so.

Alpha Omicron, University of Central Arkansas: Alpha Omicron members proudly served the Conway community with UCA’s The Big Event for Tri Sigma’s Day of Service. The Big Event supports the campus, as well as the surrounding community, by expressing gratitude through philanthropy and service. Members also cleaned the yard up at Haven House, a nonprofit girl’s shelter in Conway. They raked, moved the leaves to the backyard, gathered sticks and branches from storm damage and piled them, picked up trash, swept the porch and driveway, cleaned up the girls’ outdoor toys, and also donated supplies that the shelter desperately needed.