Established in 1984, the Baltimore County Alumnae Chapter is a public service sorority, dedicated to its commitment as a visible and viable force in the community. We are proud to say that we have been recognized for our exceptional and innovative community service programs and projects for nearly 30 years.
We are so thankful for a membership of over 290 women focused on improving the quality of life while embracing the goals of our five point program thrusts: Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, Political Awareness and Involvement.
The chapter is committed to community service through scholarship opportunities, tutorial programs, voter registration & restoration of rights events, financial and home ownership seminars, health fairs, and physical & mental health initiatives.
We thank you for your continuous support of our programs, and are eager to partner with other individuals and organizations who share the same goals and vision. Visit with us often to learn about our current public service events as we embrace the opportunity to impact lives and transform our communities.