With a long tradition of contributing to philanthropic service efforts, we provide a platform for sisters to contribute to society through educational awareness programs, community service projects, and fundraising activities.
Our national philanthropic partnership is with American Bone Health to raise awareness for osteoporosis, a disease that disproportionately affects people of Asian descent. In addition, sisters are encouraged to participate in volunteering activities, such as helping out at soup kitchens, community cleanups, free tutoring, and other events directed towards the betterment of their local and regional communities.
By giving their personal time and talents back to the community, our members are rewarded through a sense of purpose and perspective, and it reinforces a lifelong commitment to helping others.
"We’ve challenged ourselves to think holistically about the contribution we can make by asking how we can truly bring to life the promise and potential of building awareness for osteoporosis. Our collaboration with American Bone Health will raise much-needed funds but also engage new audiences, provide opportunities to support American Bone Health in the long term, and help alert others about risk factors and preventative measures. We take our philanthropic responsibility seriously. Rather than simply writing a check, we want to build an ongoing partnership that will continue to deliver tangible benefits to communities across the nation." ~Mai 'Suave' Nguyen
What Does Osteoporosis Mean to DPhiL Sisters?