2018-2020

Chapter, Association and Foundation Recognition

Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020

 House Board Award | Chapter 

This award goes to the House Board that promotes a harmonious relationship between itself, the chapter, the House Director, and the Advisory Board; provides timely and complete reports and maintains financial stability and Fraternity awareness.

Winner (Housed Chapters): 

Epsilon Nu, Vanderbilt

 

Winner (Unhoused Chapters):

Eta Sigma, Chapman

 Heritage Award | Chapter 

This award combines the Fraternity Appreciation Award and the Heritage Award. In 1960, the Erie Alumnae Association presented a silver pitcher to the Fraternity in honor of Florence Burton Roth, Michigan. Mrs. Roth was Grand President from 1910–12 and presided over the 1910 National Panhellenic Conference. She was the Kappa Historian from 1912–25. Additionally, she served as chairman of the Boyd-Hearthstone board of trustees and received the Loyalty Award in 1960. Fraternity Council created a Heritage Award for the association and chapter that showed the greatest interest in researching and maintaining its historical records in increasing awareness of the significance of its history.

Honorable Mention:

Alpha Deuteron, Monmouth

Gamma Zeta, Arizona

Eta Alpha, Furman

Eta Sigma, Chapman

Winner:  

Gamma Nu, Arkansas

 Philanthropy Award | Chapter 

This award goes to the chapters that best exemplify a well-rounded philanthropy program that develops member awareness of a commitment to the community, Reading Is Fundamental, and the Fraternity/Foundation.

Chapters with 145 or fewer members:​

Honorable Mention:

Epsilon, Illinois Wesleyan

Zeta Beta, Lafayette

Winner:

Epsilon Omicron, UC Davis

Chapters with more than 145 members:

Honorable Mention:

Gamma Nu, Arkansas

Epsilon Rho, Texas A&M

Winner:

Gamma Pi, Alabama

 Signature Event | Chapter 

This award recognizes the chapter that produces an event that meets all the Fraternity guidelines and raises money for one or more local charities. This chapter event is recognized on campus and serves to raise awareness about the local charity.

Chapters with 145 or fewer members:​

Honorable Mention:

Epsilon, Illinois Wesleyan

Eta Gamma, San Diego

Winner:

Zeta Beta, Lafayette

Chapters with more than 145 members:

Honorable Mention: ​

Theta, Missouri

Epsilon Kappa, South Carolina

 

Winner:

Gamma Zeta, Arizona

 Heritage Award | Association 

This award combines the Fraternity Appreciation Award and the Heritage Award. In 1960, the Erie Alumnae Association presented a silver pitcher to the Fraternity in honor of Florence Burton Roth, Michigan. Mrs. Roth was Grand President from 1910–12 and presided over the 1910 National Panhellenic Conference. She was the Kappa Historian from 1912–25. Additionally, she served as chairman of the Boyd-Hearthstone board of trustees and received the Loyalty Award in 1960. Fraternity Council created a Heritage Award for the association and chapter that showed the greatest interest in researching and maintaining its historical records to increase awareness of the significance of its history.

Associations with fewer than 40 members:

Honorable Mention:

Clearwater Bay

Winner:

Akron

Associations with 41–60 members:

Honorable Mention:

Colorado Springs

Winner:

Salt Lake City

Associations with 61–100 members:

Honorable Mention:

Palo Alto

 

Winner:

Nashville

Associations with 101–250 members:

Honorable Mention:

Sarasota-Manatee Counties

Winner:

Collier County

Associations with more than 251 members:

Honorable Mention:

Austin

Winner:

Denver

 Ritual Award | Chapter 

This award is based on the education of members in understanding and appreciating ritual, the performance of ritual with dignity and true feeling, and the correct use of ritual during chapter meetings, Formal Pledging, and Initiation.

Honorable Mention:

Beta Rho Deuteron, Cincinnati

Beta Psi, Toronto

Gamma Nu, Arkansas

Winner:

Eta Tau, Georgetown

 Finance Award | Chapter 

This award is presented to the chapters with the best financial management, including the education of their members, maintenance of financial standards and timely submission of reports and fees.

Honorable Mention (Housed Chapters):

Theta, Missouri

Gamma Xi, UCLA

Winner (Housed Chapters)

Eta Chi, NC State

Honorable Mention (Unhoused Chapters):

Eta Iota, Creighton

Eta Omega, Binghamton

Winner (Unhoused Chapters):

Eta Sigma, Chapman

 Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) | Chapter 

This award recognizes the chapter that has donated hours, books, and dollars to promoting the cause of literacy in its community. 

Honorable Mention:​

Gamma Zeta, Arizona

Gamma Nu, Arkansas

Winner: 

Epsilon Rho, Texas A&M

 Communications/Public Relations   Award | Association 

First presented at the 2002 General Convention by Fraternity Council, this award recognizes outstanding alumnae associations that develop strong communication with their membership using newsletters, websites, electronic media and various other formats. In addition, positive public relations within their community is recognized.

Associations with fewer than 40 members:

Honorable Mention:

Fort Lauderdale

Winner:

Clearwater Bay

Associations with 41–60 members:

Honorable Mention:

Northwest Suburban

Winner:

Fairfield County

Associations with 61–100 members:

Honorable Mention:

Scottsdale

Winner:

Desert

Associations with 101–250 members:

Honorable Mention:

Collier County

Winner:

Greater St. Louis Area

Associations with more than 251 members:

Honorable Mention:

Denver

Winner:

Fort Worth

 Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation   Highest Giving By Size 

Associations:

 

Fewer than 40 members

Honorable Mention:

Palm Beaches | $4,217.18

Winner:

Arcadia | $6,050

 

40–60 members

Honorable Mention:

Northwest Suburban | $2,365

Winner:

Fort Lauderdale | $3,260

 

61–100 members

Honorable Mention:

Philadelphia | $6,945

Winner:

Boston Intercollegiate | $22,878.90

 

101–250 members

Honorable Mention:

Collier County | $7,234.50

Winner:

Sarasota-Manatee Counties | $9,100

 

More than 251 members

Honorable Mention:

Kansas City | $29,025

Winner:

Houston | $40,000

 

Chapters:

1–74 members

Honorable Mention:

Zeta Sigma, North Texas | $3,703.09

Winner:

Beta Kappa, Idaho | $3,987.27

75–114 members

Honorable Mention:

Delta Eta, Utah | $7,005.44

Winner:

Zeta Nu, UC San Diego | $7,504.32

115–159 members


Honorable Mention:

Epsilon Sigma, Virginia | $4,602.46

Winner:

Delta Omicron, Iowa State | $4,945.90

 

160–210 members


Honorable Mention:

Theta, Missouri | $18,270

Winner:

Epsilon Rho, Texas A&M | $19,649.12

 

211 and more members


Honorable Mention:

Eta, Wisconsin | $17,423.06

Winner:

Delta Iota, LSU | $18,160.48

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