In 1951, Tri Sigma along with March of Dimes focused on raising awareness and funds for polio research, both rallying behind children’s health. In 1955 with the success of the Salk vaccine, both Tri Sigma and March of Dimes had to redefine what it meant to continue serving children. In 2014, Tri Sigma’s search for a national partnership lead Tri Sigma and an appointed task force to seek out a partner who needs help with raising awareness and funds, while also providing service opportunities for our women. In 2016, the search brought us back to our beginning with March of Dimes.
Whether Sigmas walk in March for Babies or light their campus purple for Prematurity Awareness Month, we can impact children in many ways. Tri Sigma supports March of Dimes in eliminating premature birth, we hope you join the fight.