Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is a community-conscious, action-oriented organization. We encourage you to join us as we continue to provide services to our community. We welcome your kindness, support, and donations. Read on to learn more and to stay engaged.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is honored to have formed many outstanding community-based partnerships over the past 101 years with the understanding that service to the community is our most incredible legacy. Delta Beta Zeta Chapter members address public issues of community concern and relevance through the listed localized initiatives.
Zetas Helping Other People Excel was approved at the 2008 National Boule as the National Service Program of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
An interactive holistic multidimensional outreach program designed to enhance, cultivate and empower participants to develop health promoting lifestyle choices across the lifespan. Specific to the population groups; Women, Youth, Seniors, Men, and International Women of Color.
The National Educational Foundation of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. with 501 (c) 3 status is created and operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, with principle activities and purposes to provide scholarships to students in the pursuit of higher education, to conduct community educational programs, and to engage in any appropriate research related to the purposes of the Foundation scholarship.
From its inception in 1920 at Howard University, our Founders dared to be different by establishing a sorority that would ‘chart a course of action and raise their people's consciousness. Years later, their courage continues to inspire us to stand against injustice and become beacons for positive change. Through our GET ENGAGED™ social action program, launched under International President Mary Breaux Wright's leadership, our sisterhood has mobilized to find new ways to solve old problems that plague the communities we serve.
The ECI provides education and awareness about preparing for your senior years.
Stork's Nest is a community-based, prenatal, health promotion program offering incentives and education to low-income pregnant women.
Occurs annually during the entire month of November in support of the March of Dimes and World Prematurity Day on November 17th.
Allows members to identify low performing schools and provide assistance in a number of ways to enhance the educational experience, increase test scores and grades.
June 15, kicks off our campaign to distribute information in our communities on identifying signs of elder abuse and where victims can go for assistance.
This is one of five components of Z-HOPE. The programming benefits include support for those with AIDS and those caring for AIDS victims, literacy programs, building water wells, donating rice, and much more.
Triple-negative breast cancer is found disproportionately in young African American women. Together, we aim to build awareness and support efforts of health care professionals and organizations recommending earlier breast health testing.