Lambda Zeta members volunteering with the Stork's Nest Education Program
One of the hallmarks of Zeta women is our committment to service in our respective communities. Zeta Phi Beta members devote thousands of hours of service each year via our National Signature programs. Individual chapters also participate in projects in their local communities.
Lambda Zeta Chapter provides service to the Houston area through Zeta Phi Beta's National Initiatives, such as Adopt-A-School and Elder Care Programs; our National Signature Programs, Z-HOPE and Stork's Nest; through our local scholarship program for college bound high school seniors; and by participation in local fundraisers such as the March of Dimes March for Babies.
We invite you to visit the following areas for more information about our local community program offerings.
PARTNER WITH US
One of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority's ideals is scholarship. Scholarships are awarded on the national level, by our National Education Foundation, as well as by local chapters of Zeta Phi Beta.
Lambda Zeta Chapter awards scholarships annually to high school seniors planning to attend a college or university, as well as a scholarship to a local collegiate Zeta member who has demonstrated superior academic achievement.
Stork's Nest serves low-income pregnant women, promoting prenatal care participation and healthy behaviors during pregnancy through incentives and education.
A collaboration between the March of Dimes and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Stork's Nest was established as a national service program in 1971. There are more than 100 Nests nationwide that serve 25,000 women each year.
View the video for more information about our award-winning Stork's Nest Program!
(Zetas Helping Other People Excel)
Zetas Helping Other People Excel was approved at the 2008 National Boule as the National Service Program of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
An interactive holistic multidimensional outreach program designed to enhance, cultivate and empower participants to develop health promoting lifestyle choices across the lifespan. Specific to the population groups; Women, Youth, Seniors, Men, and International Women of Color.