Challenge Issued for Young Alumnae
Linda Bradley Springer, an initiate of Kappa Zeta/Texas Tech University, and husband Drew have issued a challenge to encourage Chi Omega alumnae initiated in the last 15 years to join The 1895 Society in 2012. Linda and Drew are giving $250 to the Annual Fund in honor of each of the first 50 young alumnae who contribute $250 or more from April 20 to December 31, 2012. Their daughter Megan Buster, an initiate of Iota/U of Texas, is the first to respond to the challenge.
The 1895 Society is the premier giving group for the Chi Omega Annual Fund. Young alumnae initiated in the last 15 years may qualify for membership through yearly contributions of $500 or more, renewable annually. The challenge from Linda and Drew allow more young alumnae to enjoy membership.
Linda has a family full of Chi Omegas starting with her grandmother then mother who initiated at Zeta /University of Colorado where both served as chapter president. A spirit of Fraternity service continued with Linda’s mother who helped start and advise Upsilon Zeta/West Texas A & M, and Linda who served as president of the Northeast Tarrant County Alumnae.
“We are proud to invest in Chi Omegas. Our members become campus and community leaders, relying on Fraternity educational programs to help them make wise decisions for a lifetime. Drew and I encourage our young Chi Omega alumnae to consider joining The 1895 Society, which ensures the opportunity for resources that allow our leaders to excel. The joy of being a donor, and of joining others who support Chi Omega, enriches our lives.” Linda and Drew reside in Fort Worth, Texas.
For more information about The 1895 Society challenge, please contact Director of Annual Giving, Terry Clevenger, at 901/748-8600 or TClevenger@ChiOmega.com