All About Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Epsilon Phi, also known as AEPhi is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). AEPhi is a Jewish sorority that works to help women become the best versions of themselves. Alpha Epsilon Phi values individuality and encourages their members to discover and develop the characteristics that make them unique. AEPhi welcomes women of all backgrounds that honor, appreciate and respect the organization's heritage.
Alpha Epsilon Phi History
Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded on October 24th, 1909 at Barnard College. Their founders, seven Jewish women had a goal to provide a home away from home for its members. To accomplish this, they focused on academics, social involvement, community service, and a lifelong friendship between the AEPhi sisters.
AEPhi celebrates it's Founder's Day on October 24th!
What is Alpha Epsilon Phi's Philanthropy?
In its early years, AEPhi focused on helping Jewish war sufferers, scholarships for those who needed them and support for education. Today, Alpha Epsilon Phi two national philanthropies are Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Sharsheret, an organization that provides support for Jewish women battling breast and ovarian cancer. In addition to these, collegiate AEPhi chapters work to benefit other local charities around them.
Alpha Epsilon Phi Chapters
There are over 50 collegiate Alpha Epsilon Phi Chapters across the US and Canada.
There are also many alumna AEPhi chapters!
Alpha Epsilon Phi Symbols, Colors and Motto
Symbols: Giraffe, Pearl
Colors: Green and White
Flower: Lily of the Valley
Tag Line: Above All Else
Motto: Many Hearts, One Purpose
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