The Maynard 4 Foundation has partnered with the Mobile Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated regarding a breast cancer initiative as our first health equity program. This is near and dear to my heart as my grandmother was diagnosed with and ultimately passed away due to an aggressive form of breast cancer.
Release Date: April 1, 2022
Media Contact: Suntrease Williams-Maynard, Founder and Director 251.270.2880, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Partners with The Maynard 4 Foundation to Support Breast Cancer Survivors
DAPHNE, Ala. – The Maynard 4 Foundation is proud to announce its partnership with the Mobile Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated to bring education and awareness to the minority community about breast cancer.
One of Delta’s Five Programmatic Thrusts includes Physical and Mental Health. During October, Mobile Alumnae hosted the “Strong is Beautiful: A Breast Cancer Awareness Seminar.
Additionally, Mobile Alumnae engaged in fundraising for the entire month and was able to raise $1000, which has been donated to The Maynard 4 Foundation in support of its Health Equity area of focus.
Starting today, anyone who meets the criteria and is interested in applying for the grant can do so by clicking on the link here.
The Maynard 4 Foundation and the officers and members of the Mobile Alumnae Chapter are appreciative to all those that contributed to this effort. The additional partners are The Rho Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated, the Baldwin County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, and The Greater Mobile Chapter of The Links Incorporated.
ABOUT THE MOBILE ALUMNAE CHAPTER
Since 1942, the Mobile Alumnae Chapter has provided the community with many civic and cultural services that include supplying books on Black History to the Prichard and Toulminville libraries, sponsoring competency skill and test-taking tutorial programs, spearheaded a special education class at Dunbar School, which was the first of its kind for the Mobile County Public School System. Each Five-Point Programmatic Thrust has provided community awareness and educational programs and activities. Purchased a Community Life Development Center as a location for community service projects, sponsor Sparkling Jewels, Delta Academy, and Project DELTA activities, awards scholarships to high school seniors, contribute monetarily to special efforts some to include the Red Cross, Sickle Cell Foundation, United Negro College Fund, NAACP and YWCA.