The Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a private/non-profit organization, based on Christian principles, whose purpose is to provide support through established programs in local communities and throughout the world.The major programs of the sorority are based upon the organization’s Five Point Programmatic Thrust:

  • Economic Development
  • Educational Development
  • International Awareness and Involvement
  • Physical and Mental Health
  • Political Awareness and Involvement

Nationally and locally, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., is working to address violence against women and encouraging all members to break the culture of silence surrounding this issue.  To support the organization’s tireless work to end domestic violence and increase awareness amongst minorities, the Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter (IAC) has developed a Domestic and Sexual Violence Initiative called H.E.L.P.  – Having Essential Links for your Protection.  For more information, click here.

Additionally, our web site includes other information about our sorority history, chapter history, service projects and other initiatives. Thank you for visiting our web site and we hope you enjoy your time here with us!

The Membership Services Committee is excited to present the
2020 Virtual Round Up Week of Activities – Sorors Only!
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Everyone is Invited to Join the Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter’s
2020 Midwest Impact Day of Service! #MidwestMIDS

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is hosting its 2nd Midwest Impact Day of Service (MIDS) across the Midwest Region which includes 8 states and the Canadian province of Ontario. This years’ service theme is focused specifically on addressing the physical and mental health needs of our First Responders. From essential grocery and restaurant workers to healthcare workers, the Sorority recognizes that the impact of Covid-19 endures past those highlighted at the height of the pandemic.  Amid this pandemic, our community is preparing to Vote and will need current information and education before heading to the polls.  In exactly one month, on Saturday, October 17, 2020 as part of the Midwest Impact Day of Service. (Click image for more details).


UNCF Sisterhood Spirit Cup Leaderboard – Open to Public

It’s better to give, than it is to receive!

“We’re all in the same storm, but we’re not all in the same boat.”

During these unprecedented times of Covid19, the disruption of education and the diminishing amount of job opportunities are greatly impacting the future of our young people. These rates are higher among communities of color, thereby disproportionately affecting opportunities for African American youth.

HBCU presidents and administrators collectively agree that the impact of Covid19, “means a loss of room and board fees, while the switch to online learning brings additional costs as well.” The reduced income and extra spending are more significant for HBCUs as historically black colleges and universities generally have smaller endowments that can be used as a financial buffer.

For the 2020 Fund Development season, the UNCF committee will present: “The Sisterhood Spirit Cup,” a new, fun, and innovative challenge where all of us can make an impact!

Scan the QR code to answer our Call to Action, your generous financial support will help provide educational equity to aid in eliminating disparities at the 37 member UNCF schools.


2020 “I Cant Breathe Peaceful Walk & Prayer Vigil”

Click Image To View VideoSPECIAL THANKS to our Social Action Co-Chairs: Jessica Harris and Andrea Brown; NPHC Reps: Jeida Robertson & Kandace DeSadier; Community Partnerships Chair, Crystal Babb; Publicity Chair, Camille Taylor; ISCC Chair, Melissa Anderson-Traylor & ISCC MembersRaven Orr & Joanna Carothers

#TogetherWeAchieveMore   #DSTIAC  #ExtendingOurReach 

Video credit: Joanna Carothers; *Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter owns all rights to this video.