KU's entire Panhellenic community has adopted Circle of Sisterhood as our philanthropy. Circle of Sisterhood was brought to the University of Kansas by the Xi Chapter of Sigma Kappa in 2013.
This past October, $30,000 was donated by Panhellenic to build a school in Nicaragua. The 2014 Director of Community Service, Natalie Wilkins, led the fundraising.
The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation is a mechanism by which all sorority women can stand together across affiliation, age, color, and creed to make a difference in the lives of millions of girls and women around the world. Collectively, we are one of the largest communities of college-education women in the world while not even 7% of the world – men and women combined – has college degrees and 2/3 of all illiterate adults are women. Standing together as one community, we will give girls and women an equal chance for rewarding lives and livelihoods through schooling, the learning of a trade, or even a college degree.