5 Point Programmatic Thrust
Since it’s chartering in September 1952, the Trenton Alumnae Chapter (TAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., has mirrored its programs of community service in the clearly distinguished image of its Grand Chapter, which in dramatic fashion, clearly confront the challenges of African-Americans and their families. During the past five and one-half decades, TAC has worked diligently to develop and to implement a wide range of empowering programs and initiatives that emulate its shared mission with that of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
In the long-standing tradition of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., TAC continues to advance its efforts to strengthen African-American families and communities through its Five-Point Program Thrust:
- Educational Development
- Physical and Mental Health
- Economic Development
- International Awareness and Involvement
- Political Awareness and Involvement
Delta’s concern for the public’s “need-to-know” and the enfranchisement of all Americans has been the philosophical basis for public service programs in this area. Voter registration and education programs, workshops and seminars highlighting assessments and accountability issues are ongoing.
As you journey through the TAC website, fundamental examples of each program thrust will be highlighted.