assisting members
in every possible way

The Delta Delta Delta Foundation raises, manages and awards funds to provide undergraduate and graduate scholarships, assist alumnae and collegiate members in dire financial need, and support the Fraternity’s innovative educational and leadership programs.

ways to give & how to apply

The Crescent Fund provides emergency financial assistance to Tri Delta alumnae members in critical need due to illness, natural disasters or other misfortune.

The Collegiate Crescent Fund provides emergency assistance to collegiate Tri Deltas facing unforeseen financial crises that might force them to withdraw from school.

Planned giving opportunities afford a wide variety of methods to leave a legacy that “lives on” for future generations of Tri Deltas. Designating a planned gift to the Tri Delta Foundation enrolls that person in the esteemed Heritage Society.


Each year, dozens of outstanding Tri Delta sisters are awarded scholarships to assist them in their educational journey.


The Trilogy is a program set to help our sisters in need by raising $500,000 in pledges and donations by July 31, 2013. Even though we reached our goal, you can still join The Trilogy. Your support will empower us to impact the lives of more Tri Deltas.


For questions on any of our funds or more information, email the Foundation staff or call 817-633-8001.

The Delta Delta Delta Foundation is exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Donations to the Tri Delta Foundation are tax-deductible as provided by law.

Download the 2014 Foundation Annual Report.

graduate & undergraduate scholarships

Each year, dozens of outstanding Tri Delta sisters are awarded scholarships to assist them in their educational journey. See the list of undergraduate and graduate Foundations scholarship recipients for the 2014-2015 academic year.

GRADUATE Scholarships

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National House Corporation (NHC) serves as the Fraternity’s administrative arm for all matters related to housing and provides resources and support to all Tri Delta properties.


Tri Delta’s Executive Office has come a long way from its first office in Amy Olgen Parmelee’s home from 1912-1916 at 1609 Sherwin Avenue in Chicago. Many changes have been made over the years to accommodate the needs of our membership. The current building, located in Arlington, Texas, opened in 1998 and sits adjacent to the former Executive Office building, which now houses National House Corporation. These buildings provide work space for more than 40 employees of the Fraternity and the Delta Delta Delta Foundation.

By housing state-of-the-art departments and facilities, Executive Office serves as both a testimonial to Tri Delta’s proud past and a symbol of her promising future.