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Service and sisterhood have been the cornerstone of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® since 1908. With the theme Soaring to Greater Heights of Service and Sisterhood, the 2022-2026 administration seeks to build upon Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s rich legacy of service by galvanizing our sisterhood of more than 120,000 active members to lead on the front lines of change, education, and advocacy.

Strengthen Our Sisterhood will serve as the administration’s “Foundation Initiative” 

The remaining five initiatives will serve as the “Program Initiatives” which include:

Empower Our Families
Build Our Economic Wealth
Enhance Our Environment
Advocate for Social Justice
Uplift Our Local Community

2018-2022 International Program Targets

Delta Delta Omega's Commitment to Service Through 5 Program Areas

Target 1: HBCU for Life: A Call to Action and 
Signature Program: #CAP℠

 

Delta Delta Omega promotes and markets historically black colleges and universities and encourages students to attend HBCUs as a sustainability measure. Our activities include multiple HBCU College Fairs, historically hosted at East St. Louis Senior High School and Greater New Hope Baptist Church. We host college bus tours to introduce high schoolers to HBCU college life. HBCU College Week hosted by DDO is a week full of activities including Selfie Day, Resource Fair, visits from admissions officers from our local HBCU Harris Stowe University, and more. 

Signature Program:#CAPSM Alpha Kappa Alpha will assist students as they seek admission to college by providing guidance and support in completing the application and enrollment process through the 2018-2022 Signature Program, #CAPSM. In order to continue serving our community, Delta Delta Omega Chapters hosts a weekly virtual HBCU college visits. 


Target 2: Women's Healthcare and Wellness

Delta Delta Omega Chapter hosts many wellness events, such as, self Defense Class, Pink Goes Red Fitness Fest, Breast Cancer Awareness Bowling Party and spread awareness on social media for caregivers. Most events are active and raise awareness on health topics prevalent in the community. Often times, members of Delta Delta Omega that are healthcare professionals perform wellness checks on those who attend community events.


Target 3: Building Your Economic Legacy

Delta Delta Omega Chapter hosts economic and financial literacy fairs, showcase local Black entrepreneurs and frequently shop at Black-owned businesses. They have winter coat closest around their community and offer credit repair courses to community members. 


Target 4:The Arts!

Delta Delta Omega Chapter hosts economic and financial literacy fairs, showcase local Black entrepreneurs and frequently shop at Black-owned businesses. They have winter coat closest around their community and offer credit repair courses to community members. 


Target 5:Global Impact

Delta Delta Omega Chapter collected gently used shoes to support Soles4Souls, a non-profit that distributes donated items to those in need around the world. Through Target 4 the chapter has collaborated with Community Lifeline, an East St. Louis non-profit, to host a Sip&Sew event where participants helped sew dresses and shirts for boys and girls in Haiti. DDO also filled baskets with toiletries, gift cards, and other treats.

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® – 
Delta Delta Omega Chapter

P.O. Box 245
East St. Louis, IL 62201

Chapter President
basileusakaddo@gmail.com 

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