The sisters of Delta Sigma Psi strive to promote their main philanthropic focus on Breast Cancer Awareness. Every year, our sisters proudly support and take part in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, which is a 3 to 5 mile walk that helps raise money for those who are battling breast cancer, as well as to show all the love and support the sisters have for them. With Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, come participate with the sisters of Delta Sigma Psi in honoring the strong and brave women fighting against this disease.


What is breast cancer?
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers found in women in which cancer cells develop within the womens' breasts, and believe it or not, men can get breast cancer as well.

How can I check if I have breast cancer?
As a woman, you should always schedule to have a physical/breast exam with your doctor; that way they can check your chest area for any lumps or there seems to be an usual change in your breasts.

How can I prevent having breast cancer?
Being active and staying healthy is always the best way to prevent any type of disease, so start now to change your life into a healthy one, to prevent breast cancer or any types of diseases. Drink lots of water, get rid of all junk foods, and turn to more healthier alternatives such as fruits and vegetables.


hotchocolate_photo1.pngIn addition to our focus on breast cancer awareness, our sisters are highly involved in other philanthropic events such as volunteering to feed the homeless at Embrace the Streets, beach clean-ups at our beautiful and adopted Mission Beach in San Diego, CA; satisfying our sweet tooth at the Hot Chocolate Run, and many more events! This is our way of serving our community and giving back, while bonding with one another.
If you would like to do a philanthropy with us please contact our Philanthropy Chair! 


If you would like more information on our philanthropies, or if you are interested in doing a philanthropy with us, please don't hesitate to contact our Philanthropy Chair!

Philanthropy Chair Spring 2017

Desiree Ong