Panhellenic Council Awarded One of Ten 'Confidence U' Grants

Panhellenic Council Awarded One of Ten 'Confidence U' Grants

December 7, 2011

103190December 7, 2011, Greencastle, Ind. — DePauw University's Panhellenic Council is one of ten at campuses across the United States to receive "Confidence U" grants from Kappa Delta sorority. The awards of $5,000 per institution will fund confidence-building programming in college communities.

DePauw will use its grant to organize an accountability workshop and service projects, as well as bring a speaker to campus to discuss self-esteem, alcohol issues, and more.

"Kappa Delta is proud to commend and support these Confidence U recipients and the thousands of women who will be encouraged by their programs," says Beth Langford, national president of the sorority. "We were excited to increase the number of grants from five grants in 2010 to ten this year."

1870Kappa Delta is a national organization for women with over 230,000 members, 219 chartered collegiate chapters and 519 chartered alumnae chapters nationwide. In 2009, the sorority created the Confidence Coalition, an alliance of organizations and companies committed to promoting confidence in girls and women. 

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Earlier this year, DePauw received the National Panhellenic Conference's Membership Recruitment Award.  Learn more in this article.