PERPETUAL SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
LISA M FRIESON
The Perpetual Scholarship Foundation, Incorporated was established as a non-profit educational tax-exempt 501(C)(3) foundation, which exists as a subsidiary under the umbrella of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated. It is managed by a 24-member Board of Directors, fifteen of whom three are elected from each of the five regions.
The purpose of the Foundation, according to its Articles of Incorporation, is to provide financial support to the scholarship program of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated. Annually, the Foundation donates funds to the Sorority’s general treasury earmarked specifically for educational scholarships for high school boys and girls; and female college students aspiring to become teachers. The Perpetual Foundation offers scholarships to members of the Sorority who are pursuing a doctoral degree.
CONTRIBUTIONS AND DONATIONS
The Perpetual Scholarship Foundation relies on the generous contributions and donations from individual members, chapters and affiliates groups of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated to carry out its mission. The donations have been augmented by earnings accrued from investments of these contributions.
Many gifting opportunities are available. Members and non-members can donate any amount of money to the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Perpetual Scholarship Foundation. The Foundation accepts gifts in several ways including bequests, endowments, monetary contributions and annuities.
For more information or to make a donation please contact:
Lisa M. Frieson, President
Perpetual Scholarship Foundation, Incorporated
8233 South King Drive
Chicago, IL 60619
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Standing: Left to Right Suzanne Gibbs, Betty Glover, Jessie Hopkins, Huberdean Lowe, Alleane Butts, Dr. Cynthia D. Warren, and Opal Hampton
Seating: (Left to Right) Mary Langford, Louise Smith, Kathleen T. Thomas, Lisa M. Frieson, President, Florence O. King, Mary Jane McCoy, and Delois Dailey
Not Pictured: Tillie Colter and Margaret Hope