From Our President


Back To Basics: Sorors Together Engaging, Embracing and Serving the Community

Vision: Baltimore Alumnae chapter will become engaged with the community and strengthen our sisterly bonds through impactful public service work, centralized focus on fundraising goals to support programs and scholarship students and sincere appreciation for the varied spectrum of the Arts. The Baltimore Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, is a private, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in the local Baltimore community. Since its chartering in 1922 we have boasted a membership of over 350 women annually. The chapter is a sisterhood of college educated women focused on providing public service in the general areas of Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness, Physical & Mental Health and Social & Political Action. Additionally, the chapter has a long history of celebrating the arts and recognizing those who aspire in that arena. The sorority proudly has members who have excelled in the fields of education, engineering, law, medicine, and the sciences. It is the mission of the chapter to identify the needs of the community and its members and implement programs that help match resources to those who need them. The ultimate goal is creating a Better Baltimore and more engaged populace to give awareness to such issues as Unemployment & Literacy, Domestic Violence, Voter Education/Mobilization and Healthy Lifestyles.

Upcoming Events

  • 13Dec

    Chapter Meeting2501 Springhill Avenue, Baltimore, MD 2121511:00 AM

  • 10Jan

    Chapter Meeting2501 Springhill Avenue, Baltimore, MD 2121511:00 AM

  • 24Jan

    Founder’s DayMorgan State University | Calvin & Tina Tyler Ballroom11:00 AM

Our Next GREAT Event!

Reginald F Lewis Museum

Delta Day at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum

November 9, 2014   12noon

Reginald F. Lewis Museum

815 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD, Baltimore, MD 21215

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