Grants to the Fraternity for Leadership and Educational Programming

Because of significant gifts from our donors, the Delta Gamma Foundation directly impacts the lives of our members through Grants to the Fraternity for Leadership and Educational Programming. These annual grants for programs administered by the Fraternity, provide unique opportunities to develop members’ leadership skills, teach social responsibility and foster personal growth. For more information on the following programs, please click here.


Collegiate Development Consultant Program (CDCs)

Hope Serving

Leveraging Leaders

Lewis Institute

PRO Program

Social Responsibility

Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP)

Anchored in Courage (GreekLifeEdu)

Mock Trial

Not Anymore

One Student

Personal Growth

“Bronze, Pink & YOU”

Mu Chapter Lamp of Knowledge Program

Lectureships in Values and Ethics

In celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary, Dr. Paul Martin honored his wife, Dorothy “Dotty” Garrett Martin, Eta-Akron, by establishing the Delta Gamma Lectureships in Values and Ethics. The Dorothy Garrett Martin challenge was started with three $50,000 grants and a vision “to establish a venue on college campuses where values and ethics could be discussed with an open format.” 

Today Lectureships are held on 20 campuses with an additional Lectureship hosted at Convention. Although each Lectureship has its own style and personality, the underlying theme of values and ethics is constant. Speakers range from well-known celebrities, political figures and entrepreneurs to those unsung heroes who have overcome adversities or established organizations that further the Delta Gamma mission to “Do Good.” A list of speakers and program history as well as a current Lectureship schedule can be found in the Delta Gamma website library. 

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