ZETA PHI DELTA
A local social service sorority at Marywood University!
Zeta Phi Delta was created in 2001 by 13 unique young women as a sisterhood for young ladies committed to service. In the past 19 years, many generations have expanded, refined, and adapted the sisterhood to suit new needs most efficiently.
OUR PHILANTHROPY AND SERVICE
Breast Cancer Awareness and More
Zeta Phi Delta raises money for the Susan G Komen Foundation through Race for a Cure every fall and works with Breast Friends to make chemo baskets and host fundraising events such as our Pink Tea brunch party. Zeta advocates for women and men to regularly check their health and supports anyone undergoing treatment.
As a sisterhood, we commit to doing service both inside and outside of our philanthropy. Many sisters volunteer through the University on service trips, in soup kitchens, and on campus. Other sisters volunteer through local organizations such as Griffin Pond Animal Shelter. All of our sisters are determined to complete their own hours of service, separate from what the sisterhood initiates. Some sisters even create their own fundraisers and service activities!
Our Mission Statement
Unique young women from diverse backgrounds, uniting together to achieve a shared vision, striving towards lifelong friendships and a commitment to service, which provides the basis of our sisterhood.