Theta Phi Alpha Annual Alumnae Dues
As we start the second half of this biennium, it is still full of excitement and possibilities for what the future holds for Theta Phi Alpha and our membership. We are continually reminded of our Ever Loyal, Ever Lasting commitment to the home that we call Theta Phi Alpha.
Theta Phi Alpha has given us memories, life lessons, and support, all because of our members. Paying your Annual Alumnae Dues is an opportunity for you to give back in a simple and meaningful way that allows us to keep our home strong and prosperous, from New Members to Alumnae.
Your dues contribution supports Theta Phi Alpha - from the technology that helps us to stay connected - to the planning and programming that allows us to increase opportunities for the professional development of our volunteers and alumnae members. Your financial support assists us as we continue exploring opportunities for all members in areas of importance, such as DEIA and mental health programming.
A minimum Alumnae Dues payment of $50 (or a reduced rate of $20 for members who have been an alumna for five or fewer years) makes you an alumna in good financial standing, allows you to serve as a National Officer, and continues to build development programs that help each of us to be who we are meant to be. Additional funds will work to ensure that the Theta Phi Alpha we know and love will be here for you and the members we have yet to meet.
For the first 100 members who contribute $100.00 or more, there is the opportunity to continue to collect our amazing Founders Charms. This year’s charm is the Katrina charm.
Dues payments may be made online, or you may also mail your dues to the National Office. We also have a recurring payment program now available.
Contact Ainsley Robson, Alpha Tau, National Vice President-Alumnae, at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.
Please help us continue to transform the lives of Theta Phi Alphas everywhere and together achieve amazing things for Theta Phi Alpha
Yours in the Bonds of Sisterhood,
Kristin H, Jessica, Ainsley, Kristin R, Candice, Lisa, and Katie
The Grand Council 2022-2024
Theta Phi Alpha Fraternity is a 501c7 organization; contributions are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes.
Theta Phi Alpha Foundation is a 501c3 charitable organization; contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.