Phi Tau Omega

Formed in 1925 by eight women, Phi Tau Omega became a national social and philanthropic sorority. With chapters in five different states, Phi Tau Omega’s generosity reaches numerous communities.

National Philanthropics include Box Tops and Soup Labels for Education, Ronald McDonald House and Coupons for Troops. Each year, the National President selects a Philanthropic Platform that all chapters are encouraged to work to benefit. In addition, each chapter selects local philanthropic endeavors to benefit by volunteer hours as well as monetary donations.

With an active membership of over 250 women, Phi Tau Omega is always looking for women who share our passion for friendship and philanthropy. For more information about our sorority, please contact us at ptosorority@gmail.com.


Why Phi Tau Omega?

delta chapterWhen someone hears the word sorority, what comes to mind for most is “a college-based

organization of elite people.” What they don’t realize is that there are other sororities that
are social and philanthropic organizations made up of people from all walks of life. Phi Tau Omega
is that type of sorority.
When I was asked by a friend to consider joining, I wasn’t sure I wanted to. I went to their rush parties
and still wasn’t sure. When I went to the final rush party, I realized that this was something I needed
in my life. That was over 40 years ago.
I can’t begin to list the things that I have received from my membership in Phi Tau Omega. I guess the
biggest thing would be all the people I have met who have become lifelong friends over the years.
People from other areas who share the love of this organization which brought us all together.
I feel so lucky to have had a friend who chose me as a prospective member.
Jan Campbell, Delta Chapter
Past National President 1987-88

 

National Platform – Organ Donation

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National Philanthropic Platform – Organ Donation

Currently, nearly 14,697 men, women, and children are awaiting organ transplants in the United States.

One organ donor can save up to eight lives and one tissue donor can improve the lives of up to 50 others.

Almost anyone between the ages of two and 75 can be a donor, even if you have most types of cancer or poor vision.

Approximately 18 people die each day awaiting a life-saving organ transplant and a new name is added to the National Waiting List every 10 minutes.

For more information visit www.donatelifeamerica.org.


Convention 2016
Live.Laugh.Love…Be Inspired

June 24-25-26
2016

adams mark kc

The Adam’s Mark Hotel
9103 E. 39th St.
Kansas City, MO 64133
816.737.0200

 

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