Alpha Pi Delta, Sincerely
Alpha Pi Delta, Sincerely is the giving arm of Alpha Pi Delta Sorority, Inc. with a mission to advance the Sorority’s vision to be recognized as a premier LGBT organization.
The support of members, volunteers and friends of Alpha Pi Delta is needed to make this vision a reality.
Formed in 2013, the Alpha Pi Delta, Sincerely is a non-profit, tax exempt, 501(c)3 organization, and donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. This means that your gifts not only enrich Alpha Pi Delta, Sincerely and its members, but could give you a tax break as well.
The Foundation is governed by a volunteer Executive Board comprised of four Alpha Pi Delta members appointed by the General Body of Alpha Pi Delta Sorority, Inc. These women serve as stewards of your generosity and uphold the fiduciary, legal and operational core of the Foundation. The trustees are supported in their work by the Grand Chapter Staff.
Alpha Pi Delta Sorority, Inc will respond to the contemporary needs of the LGBT community with comprehensive Platforms. Utilizing the Sorority's remarkable reservoir of strength and commitment to serve, these astonishing service platforms will show to have an immediate value to its members, community and humanity.
APD will tackle the numerous health issues and crises that face the LGBT community in the United States. Physical, mental and emotional health are all equally important. This platform will allow APD to become active in the education of programs relating to health, preventive care, fitness and nutrition.
EMPOWERING THROUGH ETIQUETTE
In efforts to improve three critical issues impacting young women in our community: Self-respect, Self-esteem and Self-love. We have tailored a program called C.A.L.L.A Ladies - Cultured, Astute, Loving, Leading, and Academic Ladies which will provide the necessary lessons on etiquette, self-esteem and life skills. This program serves as the foundation for young women to develop the essential skills to achieve success in daily relationships, school and work.
According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, in January 2018 - 552,830 people experienced homelessness on a single night. Meaning, they slept outside, in an emergency shelter, or in a transitional housing program. The state of America's homelessness is marginally better than those in developing countries. However, the state of homelessness is something that APD is proud to dedicate resources, time, and commitment to helping alleviate and end poverty in America for the LGBT community as well as their families.