Once again, our deep thank you for Sigma Kappa’s important work on behalf of the Mission and the people we serve.
Meet the greeks: Sigma Kappa
February 7, 2019
Known by most as “Kappa,” the Theta Pi chapter of the Sigma Kappa sorority was founded on May 6, 1987. Kappa is comprised of 99 unique girls, each with a notable presence on campus. They are a very diverse and academically driven sorority, boasting the highest GPA out of any other Greek organization for the spring 2018 semester.
Kappa’s national philanthropy is the Sigma Kappa Foundation, where sisters raise money through philanthropy events right on campus in order to fund leadership, scholarship and other philanthropic initiatives. Their local philanthropies include…The Maine Seacoast Mission….
BAR HARBOR, ME — Kiauni Rianne Martinez, a Millennial photographer, self-described “old soul,” lives in Hollywood, CA. “Kiauni means ‘Gods Gracious Gift’ in Hawaiian,” Ms. Rianne writes on her web site.
Maine Seacoast Mission sends a big THANK YOU to Kiauni. In the “Philanthropy” section of her web site, Kiauni shares the Mission name and link as “an organization that catch[es] my interest [that] I want to share with you.”
Sigma Kappa members Larissa Enriquez and Ariel Forbes speak to Paul Napolitano about the Ultra Violet week
Sigma Kappa’s five philanthropies include the Sigma Kappa Foundation, Inherit the Earth, Gerontology with an emphasis in Alzheimer’s disease research, Maine Seacoast Mission and the Alzheimer’s Association.
The Sigma Kappa Foundation promotes service and leadership through scholarship, while Inherit the Earth helps protect the earth and save the environment.