Circle of Sisterhood

Continuing a legacy of women empowering women by removing barriers to education for girls and women world-wide.

Exciting News!

Send a gift this Holiday season!

Georgia Tech CPC is hosting a fundraiser through Yankee Candle with proceeds supporting our goal of building in Spring 2018!  We get back 40% for every purchase made.

From magazine subscriptions and popcorn to classic Yankee Candles, you can find something to send your friends and family this holiday season.  You have the option to send your gift directly to the recipient or to your home address.

Order by November 17 to ensure delivery by Christmas. Happy Holidays!

Group code: 999977374

Spring 2018 Trek to Senegal


Circle of Sisterhood is a non-profit organization founded and powered by sorority women. Our mission is to raise financial resources to help remove barriers to education for girls and women facing poverty and oppression.

This March, we are sending a group of fourteen Georgia Tech sorority women and two advisors to Senegal, Africa to build a school in a rural village where 50% of the students will be girls.  The trip will take place over Spring Break and participants will work with buildOn to break ground on a new school, as well as be fully immersed in the Senegalese culture.

Our goal is to raise $40,000 by March 2018 to support both the school build and trek participants.

Please support women's education by donating through our Crowdrise page or participating in our on-campus fundraisers.


Trek Participants

Margaret Dickey - Alpha Gamma Delta

Lane McAree - Zeta Tau Alpha

Ashley Fleck - CPC Philanthropy VP

Kathyrn Cotton - Alpha Xi Delta

Sydney Webb - Alpha Delta Pi

Carly Schmitt - Alpha Chi Omega

Sofia Switzer - Alpha Chi Omega

Layla Ghazi - Alpha Xi Delta

Abby Gyger - Phi Mu

Bridget Doran - Alpha Phi

Marguerite Bradley - Alpha Xi Delta

Amanda Fishman - Pi Beta Phi **

Molly-Kate Gavello - Alpha Xi Delta

Lillianne Daniels - Kappa Alpha Theta

Carrie Arnson  CPC President

Lindsey Peterson - Phi Mu

Janise McKenzie - Alpha Kappa Alpha **


Our Efforts


UPcoming: California Kitchen Proceeds Night

Tuesday, November 7th, CPC is hosting a proceeds night at the California Pizza Kitchen in Atlantic Station. Come on out and bring your friends because all day long 20% of the proceeds from your meal will benefit Circle of Sisterhood and our trek team visiting Senegal this spring! Don't forget to mention that you’re with Georgia Tech Panhellenic.


Upcoming: Swing Dance Social - Junior Panhellenic DELEGATES

Monday, November 13th at 7PM, the Junior Panhellenic Delegates are putting on on a swing dance social on top of Peter Parking Deck featuring hot cider, music, and a good time. Tickets are $5 in advance $6 at the door and can be purchased through Venmo @gatechcos.


Pie a President

Hosted on Tech Walkway, students paid $2 to pie Chapter Presidents and officers of on-campus student organizations.


Circle of Sisterhood Week

A yearly event, Circle of Sisterhood Week featured small fundraisers and events to raise awareness about the importance of women's education and provide opportunities to donate to the cause.  This year, the week featured a viewing session of Girl Rising, which is a documentary showing the stories of nine girls who overcome great obstacles to obtain an education and escape the cycle of poverty and oppression.


Individual Chapter Fundraisers

Along with community wide efforts, individual Chapters have been fundraising!  For example, the sisters of Phi Mu sold delicious iced coffee outside their house on Ferst Drive to students between classes and donated their profits to Circle of Sisterhood.

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Bake sales

Throughout the semester, Chapters member volunteer to bake and sell baked goods to the Georgia Tech community on Tech Walkway.


Recruitment Donations

Day Two of Fall Formal Recruitment was "Philanthropy Day" where potential new members were first introduced to Circle of Sisterhood and its mission.  Throughout the day, each house also introduced their personal philanthropy and showed how service is a shared core value among our Chapters.  Every woman who participated in formal recruitment donated $5 as part of the registration fee.

Want to help?

You can donate to our Crowdrise page, Venmo account, or participate in one of our fundraisers!


Venmo: @gatechcos