The core of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a sisterhood. It is a sisterhood founded on Christian principles. This deep and abiding bond based on love and respect has sustained the organization, allowing it to withstand the test of time. Bound by a common experience steeped in tradition, the women of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. continue to set the standards of scholarship, service, and Sisterhood.
Sisterhood motivates Delta women to set examples within their communities, and pushes women in today’s society to stray away from stigmas that prevent them from excelling. It also allows Delta women to reflect on themselves, challenging them to love unconditionally, laugh all the time, and live life fully. In recent years, Deltas everywhere have observed March as Sisterhood Month for the sorority, a time when members put forth an extra effort to reach out to one another and show their love.
During the month of March Savannah Alumnae Chapter observed Sisterhood Month, with the theme, “Make it Personal from the Heart.”
In keeping with this theme, members were involved in an array of activities. Some of these activities included: inviting inactive sorors to Sisterhood Month activities, enjoying ‘Heart Healthy” menus, a White Elephant Sale, participating in “heartfelt Prayers for the people in Haiti, and cleaning up Rockwell Park at McDonald’s at MLK Boulevard and Victory Drive.
The culminating activities were morning worship service at Bethlehem Baptist Church and brunch at the Hilton Savannah Desoto Hotel.
Although the sorority emphasizes its “Sisterhood” theme in March, sisterhood is practiced throughout the year.