Your gift empowers Tri Sigma women!
Parents, to make a gift to celebrate your Tri Sigma daughter, please give here. Don’t forget to include your personalized message in the form to be included with your daughter’s gift.
Frequently asked questions
How does my gift make an impact?
Supporting the Tri Sigma Foundation means investing in a thriving organization and our Sigma sisters across the world. Sisters who are focused on scholastic, leadership, and charitable pursuits; sisters who will change the world.
How do I select the right fund for my gift?
The Greatest Need Fund supports the immediate needs of Tri Sigma, including achieving measurable results for the National Organization, her members, and Sigma’s philanthropic priorities. Each year the Foundation partners with the National Organization to invest in educational and leadership programs, such as President’s Academy, Dunham Women of Character and many more!
While annually the Foundation is able to grant over $100,000 to support these crucial leadership programs, that is still less than 25% of the National Organization’s request. The generosity of our donors can change that – help us make a difference in the lives of every Tri Sigma sister!
Restricted Donations support many different areas of our mission including scholarships and Sigma Serves Children. Learn more about each option below:
Sigma Serves Children includes the work of March of Dimes and the Robbie Page Memorial Fund. These donations work to ensure the health of children through full-term pregnancies (March of Dimes) or child life therapy through local and national grants (RPM Fund.)
The Scholarship Fund supports the 20+ scholarships the Tri Sigma Foundation gives annually. Each year over 100 Tri Sigma undergraduate and graduate students apply in hopes of receiving a $500-$1,000 scholarship, however, due to available funds over half of those qualified applicants aren’t awarded a scholarship. You can help us impact more sisters and make a difference!
You’ll notice that there are scholarship and endowments listed, these reflect the work of individual sisters and chapters to gather donations. If you have questions about those specific funds, please contact the Foundation.