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Delta Zeta's Philanthropies

The philanthropies of the Pi Epsilon chapter of Delta Zeta at Clemson University!
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Caitlin Weatherwax

on 14 April 2010

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Delta Zeta's Philanthropies Speech and Hearing The Painted Turtle Camp The philanthropies of the Pi Epsilon chapter of Delta Zeta at Clemson University! The Meyer Center Delta Zeta supports Gallaudet University and The Starkey Hearing Foundation. Gallaudet University Located in Washington, D.C. The world's only university with undergraduate programs accessible to the deaf and hard-of-hearing students They have a vibrating dance floor dedicated to Delta Zeta, and their collegiate dance team is nationally ranked! Starkey Hearing Foundation Allows the delivery of more than 50,000 hearing aids annually through more than 100 hearing missions in countries from the U.S. to Vietnam. Promotes hearing health awareness while supporting research and education. Since 2000, over 310,000 hearing devices have been distributed around the world! Our local philanthropy, located in Greenville, SC A school that gives preschool children with disabilities the opportunity to reach their full potential by providing high-quality, affordable developmental education, therapy, and support services. Approximately 80% of the Center's annual support and revenue is used for program services Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, a nationally recognized standard for quality in childcare Delta Zetas at Clemson visit at least once each semester to spend time with the children, aid in their learning, and to experience first-hand who benefits from our contributions! A Hole In The Wall Camp that is located in Lake Hughes, California Founded by Paul Newman in 1999 For children ages 7 to 11 who are terminally or chronically ill It is the only multi-disease camp and family care center of its kind on the entire West Coast Nearly 40% of the campers come from low income families, and donations go to pay for each child to be able to attend camp completely for free Gives the opportunity for a life-changing experience for children whose daily struggles often hinder both their desire and ability to lead a "normal" and productive life Activies include horseback riding, ropes course, arts and crafts, woodshop, archery, team building experiences, fishing and boating, and singing and dancing
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