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 About Us 
Alpha Chi Omega Chapter 

 Our Beloved History 

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GERTIE BERRY CRAWFORD • FOSTORIA LOGAN CAIN • DOROTHY WILLIAMS ISAAC • ALGERITA JACKSON BAUCHMAN • ZELMA TAYLOR THOMPSON • NANNIE DAY BRUNER • ERNESTINE NEELEY CAMPBELL • MANILAA DARDEN HICKMAN • ALICE NEELEY WILLIAMS

  • NAACP

  • Sickle Cell Disease Foundation of Oklahoma

  • Tulsa Urban League

  • Langston University

Highlights of Alpha Chi Omega's Impact in the Tulsa Community:​

  • Alpha Chi Omega Chapter has mentored over 200,000 youth through various programs throughout the years.

  • Since 1997, Alpha Chi Omega Chapter has raised thousands of dollars towards breast cancer screening and research.

  • Alpha Chi Omega Chapter has provided educational enrichment opportunities to thousands of high school students through various programs.

  • Over $300,000 in scholarships have been awarded to outstanding high school junior and senior students.

  • The chapter has supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) by making annual monetary contributions and introducing high schools students to HBCU’s during biannual college tours.

  • Alpha Chi Omega Chapter donates seasonal food and gift baskets to assist underprivileged families each year. 

  • North Tulsa YWCA

  • Greenwood Cultural Center for Women of Tomorrow

  • Hurricane Katrina Victims

  • Rudisill Friends of the Library

The Alpha Chi Omega Chapter was chartered on December 12, 1931 in Tulsa, OK. 

The lovely women mentioned above are the trailblazing charter members of Alpha Chi Omega Chapter. 
Their determination conceptualized the inception of Alpha Chi Omega Chapter in Tulsa, OK.  
Since the 1930’s, Alpha Chi Omega has been heavily involved in the Tulsa community.

Contributions and Projects

  • St. Aidan’s Holland Hall Summer Learning Program

  • Launching of the Ivy AKAademy at the North YWCA

  • African Shoe-Box Project [Provided school supplies to children in Africa]

  • American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life [Sponsored]

  • Mammogram Mobile for female residents in Pioneer Plaza Senior Citizen Residence [Sponsored]

  • Christmas program/party and favors fro residents of Pioneer Plaza

  • Partners in Math and Science (PIMS) Saturday workshops

  • Career Day at Alcott Elementary School [Sponsor]

  • Launched “ON TRACK’ mentoring program for grades 1-3. [Received 2nd place award at Regional Conference]

  • Supported Soul Survivors & Project Woman with Annual Breast Cancer Walk &Health Fair

  • Voter registration drives

  • “Hats” Fashion Show Fundraiser [Sponsored]

  • Assist during Kappa Alpha Psi's Annual Ebony Awareness Bowl

  • Laura Dester Children’s Shelter [Toy donation]

  • Annual food basket giveaways in November and December for families in need

  • Alberta G. Jones Mothers Day Brunch

  • Tulsa Technology Angel Tree

  • Tours of Historically Black Colleges and Universities for Fashionetta™ participants

Financial Contributions

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