Programs and Projects

“Developing Healthy Communities through Advocacy, Collaboration, Education, Leadership, Research and Service” is the Sorority theme. The theme recognizes the strength and vision of our founders. We continue in their tradition of visionary leadership by providing meaningful service initiatives and moving beyond the traditional approaches to improve our communities.

Since its establishment, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated has clearly established itself as a service organization that strives to confront the problems of African Americans.In realizing its motto of “Service for Humanity”, a wide range of programs addressing education, health promotion and disease prevention, and international development have emerged and evolved over the years.

The National Programs of Chi Eta Phi Sorority are established ongoing programs approved by the Board of Directors. The office of the Vice President is responsible for programs and projects. Programs are established based on the VISION and MISSION of the sorority. The development and execution of National Programs is a process of perpetual motion. At present the sorority, Vice President and the Programs and Projects Committee are in the process of continuing the development of a base for moving service and leadership development to a higher level, through program development and enhancement.

Chi Eta Phi Sorority Incorporated (2019).

Programs and Projects

The chapters within the Southwest Region of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Incorporated centers it’s programs and projects around the following targets:

The following organizations are partners of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Incorporated.

March of Dimes

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease (NIDDKD)

National Kidney Disease Education Project (NKDEP)

National Heart Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Heart Truth for Women

American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA)

Nurse Community Coalition (NCC)

National Eye Institute

Nurses on Board Coalition

VITAS Healthcare

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital