$0.00 Raised for Century City Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc.

Charity Goal: $3,000
Money Raised: $0.00

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About Century City Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc.

Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority, Inc. Century City Alumnae Chapter (CCAC) was chartered on March 22, 1981, in Los Angeles, CA. For the past 41 years, CCAC has continued to strive for excellence in our delivery of programs to our service area. Our goal is to have an impact on the community we serve by promoting programs & projects that enrich lives through our sisterhood & committed service. Today, with over 100 members, the chapter remained at the forefront of public policy and social issues.

Proceeds from the race will go towards the following youth and charitable programs in West Los Angeles:

E.M.B.O.D.I: Monthly workshops on the topic of Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence for your men ages 11-14

Delta Academy: Monthly workshops and activities that are centered around math, science, technology, and African American history for your ladies 11-14

Delta D.E.M.S: Monthly workshops on the topic of Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully for young ladies ages 14-18

Live Theater for Children: Monthly cultural experiences in live music, dance, and drama to the youth of Baldwin Hills Elementary School

McAlister School for Girls: Bi-weekly workshops that provide educational supplies, clothing and personal care items, and role models for the young ladies that are pregnant or parenting

The Mary Murphy Scholarship was established by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Century City Alumnae Chapter in 1985. This scholarship is designed to provide financial support to women pursuing graduate and professional degrees, especially in the fields where African American women are underrepresented.

The Gloria Anderson Scholarship is a one-time scholarship in memory of our beloved chapter member who placed great value on the arts and public service. This scholarship will be awarded to a rising college senior pursuing a degree in Fine Arts, Visual/Performing Arts, and/or English. 

 

Proceeds from the race will go towards CCAC Scholarships and service projects.

 


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