To celebrate the accomplishments and community partnerships of international sorors
To train international sorors for continued excellence in the execution of Delta protocol, outreach, and development.
To educate stateside sorors about the challenges of serving international communities.
To foster relationships that create an informed network capable of advancing initiatives under the International Awareness & Involvement principal of the organization’s Five-Point Programmatic Thrust.
Sisterhood Retreat Goals
January 12-15, 2018
The International Sisterhood Retreat is the premier international awareness and involvement event driven to equip international and stateside members with the necessary training, mentorship and networks necessary to better serve unique communities outside of the domestic United States.
Created in the Farwest International Chapters under the Regional Leadership of TJ Day, the retreat continues to expand its reach in the development of the international sorors it serves while encouraging stateside sorors to act locally and think globally.
"No Hunger for the Holidays"
International Service Project
Tokyo Alumnae Chapter
in partnership with
Second Harvest Food Bank
For nearly a decade Tokyo Alumnae has served the local homeless community in Tokyo through volunteerism, in partnership with The Second Harvest Food Bank. As pioneers in the Japanese community, Second Harvest provides food and disaster relief for those in need.
As a culminating goal as we near the end of 2017, Second Harvest has initiated a campaign to feed one million homeless Japanese citizens. Each meal served costs only 25 cents (25 JPY). This means a $10 (1,000 JPY) donation feeds approximately forty people! As part of our International Awareness and Involvement Initiative, Tokyo Alumnae Chapter has joined forces with Second Harvest in support of their "No Hunger for the Holidays" campaign. The campaign commenced on December 1, 2017 and will conclude on December 31, 2017.
This provides a perfect opportunity for stateside Chapters to get involved internationally! During our upcoming International Sisterhood Retreat being held here in Tokyo January 12-15, 2018, the individual and chapter donating the most money in support of this campaign will be recognized. Proceeds will be presented to The Founder and President of Second Harvest Food Bank during the event.
Let's seize this opportunity to expand the support and reach of our Sisterhood Internationally! CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Your generous donation provides meals for homeless Japanese Citizens.
$10 USD = Meals for 40 people