25 Jan

February Networking Event at Table 23

When: February 1 @ 5:30 PM

Where: Table 23, 1215 Thomasville Rd

Join your NPC friends for a networking / social gathering at Table 23, in the heart of Tallahassee’s Midtown.

We will have a brief report on the upcoming Luncheon, have luncheon tickets for sale, and can collect your non-perishable auction donations.

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09 Jan

Tickets on Sale for Annual Panhellenic Scholarship Luncheon and Auction

Bid on fabulous gift baskets, merchandise, edibles, live plants and more! After a delicious luncheon and awards ceremony, enjoy the exclusive live auction.

What:  Luncheon and Silent Auction

Why:  To raise funds for scholarships to be awarded to deserving FSU Greek women

When:  Saturday, February 11, 2017

Time: 11:30 AM

Where:  FSU University Center at Doak Campbell Stadium

Parking:  Free – with easy drop-off at the front of the building for your passengers!

Price:  $25 with Cash Bar Available

Activities: Silent Auction, Luncheon with Guest Speaker, Presentation of Scholarships and Alumnae Grants, Special Honoree Presentation, and a Live Auction.

Donna Brooks Cooper

Guest SpeakerDana Brooks Cooper of Barrett Fasig & Brooks. Donna is a longtime advocate for social justice, concerns for women’s rights, and a very active community person in many non-profits.

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15 Sep

Making a Difference: The NPC Foundation

CoatOfArms_clr_smallAs the new academic year is in full swing, we are reflecting on the accomplishments of Panhellenic women and the National Panhellenic Conference that were supported by the NPC Foundation. The mission of the NPC Foundation is to advance the NPC member organizations and their commitment to personal growth by raising funds for and underwriting initiatives that launch and sustain women leaders. We have done just that by:

  • Funding “Something of Value” programs bringing together sorority leaders on eleven campuses to have a conversation about risky behaviors affecting sorority members’ safety and well-being and developing action plans to address them.
  • Supporting College Panhellenic Academy that brought 267 College Panhellenic officers in Indianapolis for a day and a half of training, idea sharing and goal setting.
  • Providing scholarships totaling $5,000 to help four outstanding Panhellenic women in their pursuit of education.
  • Giving the Women in Higher Education Achievement Award to Laura Osteen, Ph.D., Florida State University, for her contributions to the landscape of higher education through leadership and support of the sorority experience.

These programs have a lasting impact on individual participants and on Panhellenic sisterhood as a whole. We have supported these efforts primarily through our member organizations, but our resources remain limited. In order to sustain these efforts and increase opportunities for Panhellenic women, we need the support of the Alumnae Panhellenics that understand the value added by lifelong sorority membership.

We ask that each Alumnae Panhellenic donate just $50 to the NPC Foundation Spirit Fund to support and grow the opportunities for all Panhellenic women.

Gifts can be made online to the Spirit Fund at www.npcwomen.org/foundation or by sending a check made out to the NPC Foundation. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Thank you for all that you do to advance our mission of launching and sustaining women leaders through the sorority experience.

Fraternally,
Janet Brown

Janet Brown

President

www.npcwomen.org/foundation