Delta Sigma Chi Donation Opportunities
Sustainability and Perpetuity for our Fraternity was created in 2016. Having endowed funds guarantees the future by providing resources for critical times and eventually for land, buildings and chapter and alumni events and activities. The Endowment is part of our commitment to support the founding principles of chiropractic and to ensure our profession’s future. Your contribution to the endowment makes this possible and may be made in several ways.
Graduate Brother Membership:
20% of all Graduate Brother Dues are contributed to the DSC Endowment.
100% of Lifetime dues are contributed to the DSC Endowment.
Delt Donation Day:
Each year in April Brothers are encouraged to contribute a day’s office collections & when available will include matching funds from other contributors.
Gifts in Kind:
Graduate Brothers are able make philanthropic contributions to the fraternity in gratitude for the impact being a brother has had on their life.
Wills & Bequests:
As a 501-C-3 Non Profit organization it may be a significant part of an estate plan to Leave a part of your estate to Delta Sigma Chi.
Any Brother using Amazon Prime to make purchases can select Delta Sigma Chi to make a contribution to our Fraternity.
A message from the treasurer:
Delt 100 dues are now separate from Grand Council dues. This became necessary as Delt 100 transitions to an official non-profit organization. There are a few other benefits, but that is the primary one.
If you are currently paying Delt 100, you NEED to sign up for a new payment for Grand Council dues on this page. If you still wish to contribute to Delt 100, you can maintain the same level of contributions or lower it. There are options for $5-35 increments. 2017 will be the first year these contributions are officially tax deductible. Since we are eliminating the partnership, you'll have your contribution statement by the end of January. Therefore, we won't be waiting on the IRS to release the updated K-1 form ultimately delaying the ability to do your corporate or personal taxes.
Also, as you can tell, we are no longer using PayPal. Again, there are a variety of reasons. The most notable is the ability for our members to select their membership type and then annual or monthly. There are also some accounting advantages associated with this change. The new payment option is still an auto-debit so really no different than PayPal.
Please click the button below to be taken to the Delt 100 page.