Pi Theta Omega Chapter

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Our major fundraiser is Morris Men Cook held in October annually, which highlights the culinary skills of men who are dedicated to the mission of  the organization and which provides an evening of great food and fun!

Through our fundraising efforts, we annually award scholarships to local high school students for their academic excellence, extra curricular involvement and contributions to their community.  The Chapter has awarded more than $150,000 since its chartering.   
  

​​Chapter Fundraisers

Morris Men Cook X

​​PTO Chapter Members supporting Little Dresses for Africa
​​Hats & Pearls Women's Recognition Luncheon
Morris Men Cook IX

  Pi Theta Omega Programs


In implementing the  sorority's international programs Pi Theta Omega's Program Calendar over the years ensures that the chapter has focused programs, events, and activities that engage the efforts of chapter members and attract members of our community.  Some program examples include: 
  • AKA 1908 Playground Project: Restore, Refresh, Renew
  • ASCEND - Targeted program for High School Students
  • STEM/SMART EXPOS
  • Little Dresses for Africa
  • Targeted AKA GEMS program for Middle School Girls
  • HBCU Support
  • The Longest Day - Alzheimer's Association
  • Let's Move campaign
  • Parliamentary workshops
  • Pink Tea Party
  • Morristown Annual Community Health Fair
  • Backpacks for children of incarcerated parents
  • Angel Tree Project
  • Pink Goes Red
  • Asthma Prevention
  • Breast Cancer Awareness - Pink Ribbon Tie
  • Tree planting
  • Service at shelters and community tables
  • Thanksgiving baskets
  • Community, supermarket and monthly internal food drives yielding nearly 1,000 pounds of food last year.
  • ​Empowering financial workshops given at a battered women's shelter
  • Voter Registration drives