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Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity

Kappa Alpha Theta - Leading WomenFor more than 25 years, Kappa Alpha Theta and National Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) have shared a relationship rooted in a shared belief that every abused or neglected child should be safe, establish permanence, and have the opportunity to thrive. Thetas have been advocates, contributed countless volunteer hours, and provided millions of dollars in support of National and local CASA programs.


Kappa Alpha Theta chapters raise awareness of the CASA cause every day through unique, fun events and volunteering with local programs. Kappa Alpha Theta and its members are making lasting contributions as leaders, financial supporters and passionate ambassadors for the CASA mission. The fraternity’s more than 130 college-based chapters and 200 alumnae chapters and groups are generous supporters of the National CASA network of local programs.

25th anniversary fundraising image - KAO


Each year, the women of Kappa Alpha Theta find new and exciting ways to stand and speak up for abused and neglected children. In 2015, they chose May 5th to be a shining example of the good that comes when fraternity and philanthropy partner together. Through a social media campaign that lasted 25 hours, Thetas across the county set out to raise $25,000 in celebration of our 25-year-old partnership. Successful in their campaign, Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation presented the National CASA Association with a check for $28,000 at its annual conference.

Theta group with check 2015

 

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