Alpha Alpha Alpha Sorority's Wish List

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We are the women of Alpha Alpha Alpha Sorority at Sample University.

We, the women of Alpha Alpha Alpha are here to support women--our sisters and all women--in every way. So, of course, we were delighted to create this wish list to show the ways we are helping women through our philanthropy.

Want to show your love? Don't buy yet another picture frame or sweater. Instead, you can do something meaningful to help other women, and you can do it in your friend's name. They will even get a nice greeting card to make it a truly memorable gift.

See some of our favorite charitable gifts below. Then, please join the site, create your own charitable wish list to support women or whatever causes you care about, then share this with everyone.

Favorite gifts:

Educate Young Girls - Food for education

Friends of the World Food Program, Inc.


Your gift will provide take-home food rations to girls in school for six months to help ease the economic burden on parents. This will help convince parents to keep their daughters in school and free them from their household chores. This gives girls, who otherwise may stay at home, the chance to learn. By promoting education for girls, the World Food Program (WFP) will improve a woman’s chances of finding well-paid work, raising a healthy family and even preventing the spread of diseases like HIV/AIDS. WFP is also helping these girls to achieve economic independence and have a voice within their communities. Education empowers girls and gives them the knowledge and tools they need to improve their lives. It will continue to have positive and long-lasting effects not only for them, but also for their families and their communities. To learn more about what WFP and WFP USA are doing to end world hunger, please visit

Educate Girls - School for 10 girls

Global Fund for Women


A gift of $5 will allow a group like the Union for the Emancipation of Indigenous Women to provide school supplies and school fees for 10 indigenous girls, daughters of the displaced survivors of the Rwandan Genocide, in the South-Kivu Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Stop Sexual Assault - Prevention education

Sexual Assault Recovery And Prevention Center Of Slo County


Your $15 donation will provide one young man or woman with a sexual assault prevention education program. a) The Girl’s Assertiveness and Self-Defense training incorporates awareness skills, assertiveness skills, positive self-image, and physical self-defense techniques. These trainings empower young women to value their bodies and fight to protect them if the need were ever to arise. b) The MyStrength Club is specifically designed to reach teen-age boys to address issues of masculinity and how they intercede with violence, specifically, violence against women.These groups focus on healthy relationships, identifying social pressures, and changing current societal expectations about what it means to be a man.

Support the Sexual Abuse Nonprofit of Your Choice -

Support Any Favorite Nonprofit, School, or Teacher

Any Amount

Your contribution will support the important work of the sexual abuse nonprofit of your choice, and help make the world a better place.

Among the many outstanding organizations addressing this cause are:

  • RAINN - Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
  • Joyful Heart Foundation
  • PAVE: Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment
  • California Coalition Against Sexual Assault — CALCASA
  • Futures Without Violence
  • The Date Safe Project (DSP)
  • End Rape on Campus (EROC)
  • Just Detention International
  • The One Love Foundation (or The Yeardley Reynolds Love Foundation)
  • SafeBAE (Before Anyone Else)

You can also find leading organizations in each state here.

If you have a favorite you would like us to invite, just let us know by sending a note to the email at the bottom of this page.

Recovery from Rape - Support group meeting

Sexual Assault Recovery And Prevention Center Of Slo County


Your $25 donation will provide one support group session supervised by a licensed therapist or intern for victims of sexual assault. The support group provides a safe environment where victims of sexual assault can talk openly about their experiences and find comfort in knowing that they are not alone.

Empower A Woman - One Career Center day

Dress for Success Worldwide


Your gift will help a woman acquire the skills she needs to develop her career. One day at a Dress for Success Career Center will provide a woman with career guidance, technology skills and support in her job search. In addition, your gift will provide her with resources that are vital to entering the workforce, such as an Internet-accessible computer lab with cutting-edge job placement software; résumé and cover-letter-writing lessons; and interview preparation.

Fund Research - One hour of research

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation


This gift will help BCRF provide $250,000 to one dedicated researcher hoping to find a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime.

Help Ms. Investigate - One Ms. investigation

Feminist Majority Foundation


Ms. is in a position to fill this gap of solid investigative reporting. With limited resources, Ms. has been successful in breaking investigative news. For example, in Spring 2006, Ms. sent an investigative team to the U.S. territory of the Northern Mariana Islands to expose the sweatshop conditions for women workers and put a woman’s face on Jack Abramoff’s scandalous lobbying. Ms. sparked renewed action and coverage on the exploitation of these women. New legislation was introduced to reform labor and immigration laws in the Marianas, and women’s groups organized actions as a result of this investigative work. Both nationally and globally, Ms. is determined to be on the frontlines investigating breaking stories or stories that have not yet come to the attention of the public. Your gift of $75, together with the gifts of 99 other contributors, covers the cost of one groundbreaking Ms. Investigative Report.

Help Sick Women - One month of treatment

Feminist Majority Foundation


The Feminist Majority Foundation runs the only Mifepristone Compassionate Use Program in the country. Our program serves as the only hope for many critically ill patients, mostly women, who have exhausted all standard therapies, including chemotherapy, surgery and radiation. Mifepristone is a life line for these women, and some men, some of whom have depended on this drug for over a decade. Since the program’s inception in 1998, we have provided mifepristone to more than 140 patients. FMF distributes the drug at cost to physicians whose patients are able to pay for the drug, at a reduced rate to those who can pay in part, and free to patients unable to afford this medication considered experimental and not usually covered by insurance. Your $105 contribution will help us provide the drug for 1 month to a critically ill patient.

Show what you care about and generate funds for your favorite nonprofits. Create a charitable wish list or registry now!