The Delta Gamma Foundation fosters lifetime enrichment for members, promotes Service for Sight, and partners with the Fraternity to ensure the future of our sisterhood.

"Service for Sight is amazing because it was started by a Delta Gamma. DGs are truly passionate about it, excited about the hands-on work and willing to help whoever is in need! We make personal connections with those we serve, and they touch our lives more than we could ever touch theirs. Our philanthropy is about service, putting others before ourselves and seeing the value in all people." -- Emily Watkins, former vp: Foundation

Delta Gamma Foundation: Changing Lives Video

Service For Sight

Service for Sight offers a variety of unique service opportunities for members of Delta Gamma to participate in. Click below to get a glimpse into some of the service work the Gamma Zeta chapter does to “do good” in our community.



In 1992, Dr. Paul Martin established the Delta Gamma Lectureship in Values and Ethics to honor his wife Dorothy Garrett Martin (Dotty), Eta-Akron, in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. The goal of the lectureships is “to establish a venue on college campuses where values and ethics could be discussed in an open format.”

In 2018, Aly Raisman spoke to the LSU community about her experience as an Olympic gold medalist and sexual assault survivor.

Gamma Zeta’s past Lectureship speakers include Gabrielle Union, actress and women’s sexual assault advocate; Giuliana Rancic, E! News anchor and breast cancer survivor; Aron Ralston, best-selling author and inspiration for the five-time Academy Award nominated film “127 Hours”; and Steve Ford, actor and son of President Gerald Ford.