The Virginia Northern Neck Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., didn’t allow the current pandemic to prevent them from serving and engaging their community.
Creative thinking allowed the chapter to focus on the needs, of the community, while still adhering toCOVID-19 guidelines. The pandemic presented its own set of unique challenges, but the continuous support of the community allowed the chapter to make possibilities become reality.
During the summer, the chapter raised money to support the St. Jude’s Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer and hosted a variety of informative Zoom seminars. Social Action Talks on Zoom discussed criminal justice reform, economic equality, quality education and healthy living during a pandemic. In the fall, they worked on their Get Out To Vote postcard writing campaign, donated cleaning supplies to the Haven and held a virtual Health and Financial Fair.
December didn’t disappoint either. With 2020 coming to an end, A.R. Robinson Outr...
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