Gamma Phi Gives Day is the day to come together and secure our sisterhood!
By making a gift today, you ensure our members experience the leadership and educational opportunities that prepare them to be confident women of character.
In 24 hours, we will raise $200,000 for the Gamma Phi Beta Foundation!
Choose the match that speaks to you, make a gift and spread the #GammaPhiGives message!
Margaret Myers (Colorado College) will match gifts of any amount up to $5,000 for the Fairfax Loyalty Grant Endowment. This endowment provides Loyalty Grants to collegians and alumnae enrolled in graduate programs.
Sheila Wentz (Oklahoma) and Sally Wallace (Oklahoma State) will match gifts of any amount up to $4,000 for belonging, equity, diversity and inclusion educational programs.
Barbie Chadwick, Karen Kendall, Joanne Roman, Joy Kendall, Ginny Myer and Sandy Page Stahl, all initiates of Alpha Theta Chapter (Vanderbilt), will match gifts of any amount up to $3,500 from other Alpha Theta donors.
Hallie Dillon (Alabama) will match gifts of any amount up to $1,500 from other Epsilon Lambda donors.
Cindy Lemaire (California-Los Angeles) will match gifts of any amount up to $3,000 from other Alpha Iota donors.
Cary Singleton (Southern California) will match gifts of any amount up to $10,000 from other Beta Alpha donors.
Jo Ann Nelson (Florida State) will match gifts of any amount up to a total of $2,000 from other Beta Mu donors.
Fran Stevenson, Nancy Kuehler, Jane Ferguson and Jane Harmless Conway all initiates of Beta Upsilon Chapter (Kansas State), will match gifts of any amount up to $1,000 from Beta Upsilon donors.
Annabel Jones (Oklahoma) will match gifts of any amount from Psi Chapter collegians.
Margaret Myers (Colorado College) will match gifts of any amount up to $5,000 from alumna of inactive collegiate chapters.
Margaret Myers (Colorado College) will match gifts of any amount up to $20,000 for our area of greatest need.
Lillian Lammers (Denver) will match gifts of any amount up to a total of $5,000 from any former CLCs.
Margaret Roath (Colorado-Boulder) and Ginny Hammond (Colorado-Boulder) will match gifts of any amount up to $4,000 from Colorado-based donors.
Heather Swindells (Clemson) will match gifts of any amount up to $1,000 from North and South Carolina-based donors.
"This scholarship grants me financial freedom for the future. Attending medical school has been a goal of mine for years — I planned to become a physician since high school! With this aspiration becoming a reality, so has the added financial responsibilities of attending medical school. I will be thankful for these scholarships long after I earn my M.D. and start practicing as a physician."
—Roan Willson (Idaho)
"There are many reasons I give. As a former Trustee, I give because I've seen firsthand how lives are changed by scholarships and grants that benefit our members and philanthropic partner."
—Jennifer Chuang (California-Berkeley)
"My life changed at REAL Leadership Experience. I was initially hesitant to take the time out of my busy schedule, but I would do it again in a heartbeat. The sisters you meet, advice you gain and facilitators you learn from will impact your life in ways you would never have imagined."
—Medelynne Eash (Jacksonville)
"I look back on my four years as a collegian, and I'm forever grateful for everything that Gamma Phi Beta brought me. From leadership experiences to social connections, I truly believe my Gamma Phi Beta experience helped shape me into the leader and woman I am today. I give to the Gamma Phi Beta Foundation so future sisters can have those same experiences, both as a collegian and as their lifelong commitment through volunteering."
—Bree Brownlee (Alma)
"This scholarship means so much to me not only because Gamma Phi Beta holds a special place in my heart but because I felt that my hard work and dedication were noticed. I now have assistance to help pay for graduate school so I can continue working toward my career goals and be successful!"
—Victoria Smith (Tennessee-Chattanooga)
"When in college, my experience in Gamma Phi Beta provided me the opportunity to develop my leadership skills and create a lasting network of friends. When my chapter (Alpha Phi at Colorado College) closed, I was surprised by the sense of personal loss I felt. I hope that by supporting the Foundation, I am doing my part to ensure that other chapters do not suffer a similar fate."
—Margaret Myers (Colorado College)
"What differentiates the Gamma Phi Beta Foundation from others is your proximity to the impact. The Foundation is a high-touch charity you can experience for yourself. You will meet and be influenced by women who are or were international or local Sorority leaders who used the leadership skills and education they gained through the Foundation to help Gamma Phi Beta and their larger communities."
—Dr. Judy E. Graham (Oklahoma)