Sorority spends the month of July serving the community

Chi Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. shows appreciation to the clinical team of Novant Health Highland Ave. Primary Care by treating them with Italian Ice.

Sorority spends the month of July serving the community
September 03
10:00 2020

Chi Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc., is an organization of registered professional nurses and nursing students founded in 1932. The charter chapter, Alpha, was organized at Freedman’s Hospital

(Howard University Hospital) in Washington, D.C., with the two-fold purpose of elevating the plane of nursing and increasing interest in the field of nursing. 

Despite the pandemic, the local chapter, Chi Chi, whose motto is “Service for Humanity,” has continued to be active. During the month of July, we fulfilled several service projects to assist the community. Our first project, assisting and donating items to Senior Services’ “Christmas in July” project was well attended with many donations. 

For our second project, we wanted to show our appreciation to the clinical team at Novant Health Highland Avenue Primary Care by treating the team members to “Italian Ice” on a hot day – the temperature was 90 + degrees! 

Our third project was at the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club. A check was donated to Director Silvia Adams for the Summer Youth Arts and Crafts program that consisted of 100 children. 

The last project on another hot day we assisted with giving out school uniform shirts on the lot of

Farmers & Mechanics Bank from 10 a.m.-12 noon. This was a “walk through” free community event sponsored by Resolute Foundation, in partnership with Mechanics & Farmers Bank. Many masked people and children enjoyed receiving educational materials, face masks by Novant Medical Center, school supplies, music, food and cold drinks!

We count it a blessing to serve our community in so many ways, especially in a time when everyone has been affected by this pandemic. Please, stay safe! Wash your hands for 20 seconds, wear a mask, and socially distance!

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