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Our story to share with you this year is one of success for the Gamma Phi Beta Foundation.

You will see in this annual report how your gifts changed lives, left a legacy of love and made

it possible for Gamma Phi Beta to thrive. Your gifts made our accomplishments possible.

Everyone has a story to tell.

Stories include leadership opportunities for our collegians, alumnae and volunteers,

communities impacted from our philanthropic commitment to Building Strong Girls and

financial aid for our members’ educational success. You made it possible for the Foundation

to grant $282,000 for leadership development; providing funding for the Collegiate

Leadership Consultant (CLC) program and REAL Leadership events, including our first event

for emerging leaders, the REAL Leadership Experience. We impacted many young women

through our philanthropic investment of $357,000. Generous partners also made it possible

to grant $153,000 in financial aid for students.

The story of the One Heart campaign continues to inspire. Launched at Convention 2014,

this historic campaign ensures the ongoing success of Gamma Phi Beta for generations to

come through the power and strength of our sisterhood, our joined hearts and our collective

impact. Many of you have already invested in the One Heart campaign and for those who

haven’t yet, we hope you’ll seize the opportunity. We look forward to celebrating the

campaign at Convention 2016 in Atlanta.

Together, we’re sharing the story of Gamma Phi Beta each and every day, with each

and every gift. For in the end, this isn’t about financial statements or even dollars granted.

It’s about investing in our values, our sisters and our Sorority. We’re honored to share this

annual report with you, as we reflect on the stories of today and the shared vision for our

sisterhood tomorrow.

Everyone has a Gamma Phi Beta story. What’s yours?

With gratitude and appreciation,

Kitty L. deKieffer

Executive Director

Julie Dunn Eichenberg

Foundation Chair