The National Panhellenic Conference Foundation continues to promote values and ethics in sororities and encourages all members to be active and responsible leaders in their respective communities. Our mission is supported through the sponsorship of National Panhellenic Conference educational and charitable programs addressing health, safety, education, leadership and general women’s issues in today’s society.
Incorporated in August 1995 in the state of Indiana, the NPC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public educational charity.
To advance the 26 women’s member organizations of the National Panhellenic Conference and their commitment to personal growth by raising funds for and underwriting initiatives that launch and sustain women leaders.
Every woman will be a better citizen because of her life-long sorority experience.
The mission, vision and all efforts of the NPC Foundation are based upon four primary values:
- The Panhellenic spirit that bonds 26 member organizations totaling nearly 5 million women
- Life-long commitment to intellectual, personal and social growth
- The power of the individual and the empowerment of women
- The betterment of campus culture and society in general
Katherine Sue Mathews
Zeta Tau Alpha
Recipient of The Mary Louise Roller/Alpha Omicron Pi Scholarship
“Without sorority life, I would not have had the ambition to become a leader on campus, been as successful academically or in the position I am today on the path to becoming a doctor."Katherine Sue MathewsNPC Quote