Sigma Kappa Foundation 

The mission of the Sigma Kappa Foundation is to create and fund
leadership, scholarship and philanthropic initiatives that reflect the values
and spirit of Sigma Kappa Sorority.

The Foundation fulfills its mission through the support of five funding priorities, called PULSE. We have a powerful vision for our dynamic organization to remain that assures Sigma Kappa continues to grow, innovate and thrive. Simply stated, we must make the heart of our Sorority strong...strong enough to beat for generations to come. YOUR gifts to the PULSE Annual Fund provide ongoing support for leadership development, educational programming, grants, scholarships and vital funding for emerging needs and programs.

Since the inception of the Sigma Kappa Foundation, we have given:

• $2 million in grants for leadership and educational programming, reaching tens of thousands of members

• $1.65 million in scholarships and individual emergency grants, supporting more than 800 members

• $10 million for Alzheimer’s disease research and services

• $90,000 in grant support to the Maine Seacoast Mission since 2014



a strong pulse = a strong heart





Supporting Our Sisters Through Grants


The Foundation supports our sisters through the good times and bad. For those facing challenging times due to natural disasters, personal tragedies and illnesses, we provide relief through emergency grants.  Since January, 2020, six sisters received Alumnae Heart Fund grants and 17 undergraduate sisters received Collegiate Emergency Grants totaling more than $37,000.


Foundation FAQs
Is my gift tax-deductible? 

Yes, the Sigma Kappa Foundation is an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization and all gifts are tax deductible in the U.S. to the full extent of the law. 

Can I make a tax-deductible gift directly to my chapter?

In order for the gift to be tax-deductible, the gift needs to be made directly to the Foundation. If your chapter has established a fund, you can contribute directly to that fund through the Foundation. If your chapter does not have a fund, we can help establish one. Chapter endowments can be used to provide:

  • Academic scholarships for chapter members
  • Funding for educational and leadership programming, such as regional leadership conferences and anti-hazing awareness workshops
For questions about giving online or mailing your gift to the Foundation, please contact Caren Chopp, Director of Operations. 


Phone: (317) 381-5531

Mailing address: Sigma Kappa Foundation, 695 Pro-Med Lane, Suite 300, Carmel, Indiana 46032