The sorors of Sigma Gamma Rho in Prince George’s County, Maryland are true to their sorority’s international slogan, “Greater Service, Greater Progress.”
After years of diligent work and support from a team of dedicated sorors, the Zeta Tau Sigma alumnae chapter’s Mighty Rose Foundation was officially recognized as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
“The Mighty Rose Foundation was founded in 2018 with the primary goal of promoting social, civic, cultural, economic, and educational progress for families and communities in Prince George’s County, Maryland. The foundation provides scholarship aid to deserving Prince George’s County residents of all backgrounds through conducting educational programs, workshops, symposiums, and forums,” the chapter stated in a press release. “The foundation aims to ultimately enhance the quality of life in Prince George’s County and surrounding communities.”
The Prince George’s County chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., Zeta Tau Sigma alumnae chapter, was chartered on March 26, 1983. Zeta Tau Sigma currently advises two undergraduate chapters at Bowie State University and the University of Maryland – College Park, as well as three affiliate groups for young women and friends of the sorority.
The Mighty Rose Foundation is the latest addition to the Zeta Tau Sigma family, staying true to the organization’s core values of sisterhood, honesty, respect, and accountability.
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