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Economic
Development

Educational 

Development

International Awareness & Involvement

Physical and Mental Health

Political Awareness and Involvement

Programming

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college-educated women committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. The major programs of the Sorority are based upon the organization’s Five Point Programmatic Thrust. For more information, visit our national website at www.deltasigmatheta.org

Economic Development

National economic trends, such as unstable employment, the threat to Social Security as we know it, and the widening gap between wealth and poverty are the basis for the development of Financial Fortitude, the current Economic Development program initiative of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. FCAC has designed programming to "Create a Strong Financial Foundation." Click HERE to view FCAC's past Fortitude Fridays sessions.

Educational Development

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EMBODI

The Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence (EMBODI) program is designed to refocus the efforts of the sorority, with the support and action of other major organizations, on the plight of African-American males. 

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Delta GEMS

Delta GEMS was created to catch the dreams of African-American at-risk, adolescent girls aged 14-18. Delta GEMS provides the framework to actualize those dreams through the performance of specific tasks that develop a CAN DO attitude.

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Delta Academy

Catching the Dreams of Tomorrow, Preparing Young Women for the 21st Century: The Delta Academy was created in 1996 out of an urgent sense that bold action was needed to save our young females (ages 11-14) from the perils of academic failure, low self-esteem, and crippled futures.

Visit FCAC's youth programs page via the buttons above, or for more info about scholarship and program applications. Click HERE to sign up to receive FCAC Youth Program information.

International Awareness & Involvement

FCAC annually supports and donates to Mary Help of the Sick Mission Hospital (Thika, Kenya), Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, Elementary School, Cynthia M.A. Butler-McIntyre Campus (Cherette, Haiti), Delta House, Swaziland, HURU International, and World AIDS Day on Dec. 1st.​ Locally, we collect eyeglasses with the Lions Club Eyeglass Recycling Center of Northern Virginia (LERC), and visit  educational hubs, such as the Embassy of the Republic of Kenya.

Physical and Mental Health

As an organization of predominantly African American women, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is uniquely positioned to impact not only the well-being of its membership, but also the families and communities we serve. FCAC creates programming such as NICU book drives, Black women and infertility webinars, and social media messaging like Wellness Wednesdays that bring awareness and solutions to the community at large.

Political Awareness and Involvement

THE FCAC COMMUNITY PLEDGE: WE THE PEOPLE . . . Believe that through our collective work, everyone will exercise their legal right to vote and full power to make a difference in this community. We will empower those who do not feel they have a voice, inspire those who choose to stand as community leaders, and unify urgently to act for positive community change. We will openly analyze the history of our community; identify issues that negatively affect our collective interest and progress, and align ourselves with individuals and groups who share our interests and beliefs. We are committed to acting in a way that perfects our community.

We commit to unite and stand with all embracing America, the beautiful.

The FCAC Son-Shine Program is designed to provide mothers within our service area access to a broad range of resources and tools to assist with parenting young males. The program is open to all women with an emphasis on single mothers who often feel the challenges of raising young boys in the world today.

Applications for the current program year will be available soon, with an important informational meeting via Zoom.​ Email questions to: sonshine@fcacdst.org

The FCAC Arts & Letters Committee is dedicated to inspiring interest in the Arts, designing programs and initiatives that promote awareness, advocacy, and appreciation. We foster cultural enrichment and creativity that positively reflect upon the Black experience. Check out some of our Arts & Letters programming, along with other  past chapter Events

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