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 & Soup Labels for Education, Ronald McDonald House and Coupons for Troops. Each chapter selects local philanthropic endeavors to benefit by volunteer hours as well as monetary donations.
With an active membership of over 270 women, Phi Tau Omega is always looking for women who share our passion for friendship and philanthropy. For more information about our sorority, please click here.
National Platform - Animals and People - The Healing Bond
Approximately 5 to 7 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Homeless animals outnumber homeless people 5 to 1. Animal shelters provide care to these homeless and abandoned animals. However these shelters can become overcrowded very quickly. Many times the shelters rely only on local funding and donations to provide supplies and care for the animals. These shelters welcome the help of the people in their communities.
The need is great and varies in each community. Contact your local Animal Shelters and they can describe the areas in which they need assistance. You may also help on a National level. There are several websites that will explain the many issues that exist and how we can all help.
Please join me in helping to make things a little better by helping the animals that can have such a positive impact on all of our lives.