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                        McNeese SGA Appropriation of
                         Allocation Information Sheet
General Information:
Name of organization: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated
Date submitted: 10/15/2012___ Amount of funding requested from Senate: $ _1,728.01__
Funds contributed by organization:

       1) Fundraising: $___0_____

       2) Out of pocket: $____579.12_(estimated)__

       3) Donations/Sponsorships: $____

Percent of total expenses provided by organization: __25__%

Event Detail: Pink and Violet Social
Number of members attending: _Varies              Location: _La Jeunesse Room_____
Details of attending members (including classification, offices held within
organization, record of past participation in trip*): Students around McNeese campus

Reason for event: _This event focuses on Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence
Awareness

Number of times of past participation: __0___

Number of students participating directly (competitions, workshops and presentations): 25+

Awards won and year received: _n/a_

In what ways does participation in this event benefit the organization and its members: This event
falls under the Sorority’s Programmatic Thrusts according to its’ by-laws and counts towards the
chapter’s community service.

Date: _October 22, 2012________ Location: _La Jeunesse Room__

Number of students expected to attend: __25+___

Details of event: Guest speakers from the Louisiana Rape Crisis Center and Ethel Precht will be
in attendance

Number of students involved in the execution of event: 1




Davante Lewis      Josiah Eastman       Terence Delaine Jr.      Caleb Whalley           Maci Wilcox
 President          Vice-President       Senate Speaker            Treasurer              Secretary
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Event Detail: Safe Sex Awareness
Number of members attending: _Varies              Location: _New Ranch_____
Details of attending members (including classification, offices held within
organization, record of past participation in trip*): Students around McNeese campus

Reason for event: _This event is to make students aware of sexually transmitted diseases, and to
educate them on ways to stay protected.

Number of times of past participation: __0___

Number of students participating directly (competitions, workshops and presentations): 50+

Awards won and year received: _n/a_

In what ways does participation in this event benefit the organization and its members: This event
falls under the Sorority’s Programmatic Thrusts according to its’ by-laws and counts towards the
chapter’s community service.

Date: _October 29, 2012________ Location: _New Ranch__

Number of students expected to attend: __50+___

Details of event: DST will be handing out brown paper bags filled with condoms and pamphlets
on STDs and safe sex practices

Number of students involved in the execution of event: 1




Event Detail: Sex, Lies, and Chocolate
Number of members attending: _Varies              Location: _Housing Clubhouse__
Details of attending members (including classification, offices held within
organization, record of past participation in trip*): Students around McNeese campus

Reason for event: _This event is to make students aware of sexually transmitted diseases, and to
educate them on ways to stay protected.

Number of times of past participation: __0___

Number of students participating directly (competitions, workshops and presentations): 50+

Awards won and year received: _n/a_


Davante Lewis      Josiah Eastman       Terence Delaine Jr.      Caleb Whalley           Maci Wilcox
 President          Vice-President       Senate Speaker            Treasurer              Secretary
Bill F12-07

In what ways does participation in this event benefit the organization and its members: This event
falls under the Sorority’s Programmatic Thrusts according to its’ by-laws and counts towards the
chapter’s community service.

Date: _October 29, 2012________ Location: _Housing Clubhouse__

Number of students expected to attend: __25+___

Details of event:

Number of students involved in the execution of event: 1



Event Detail: Delta Sigma Theta Day of Service
Number of members attending: _Varies              Location: _New Ranch_____
Details of attending members (including classification, offices held within
organization, record of past participation in trip*): Students around McNeese campus

Reason for event: _This event allows students to gain community service hours by volunteering
their time to participate in small activities beneficial to the community

Number of times of past participation: __0___

Number of students participating directly (competitions, workshops and presentations): 50+

Awards won and year received: _n/a_

In what ways does participation in this event benefit the organization and its members: This event
falls under the Sorority’s Programmatic Thrusts according to its’ by-laws and counts towards the
chapter’s community service.

Date: _November 1, 2012________ Location: _New Ranch_

Number of students expected to attend: __50+___

Details of event: DST will have various tables set up where students can come out and make
PB&J sandwiches for the hungry, make cards for children with cancer, and other activities

Number of students involved in the execution of event: 1



Event Detail: Total Woman Tea
Number of members attending: _Varies              Location: _La Jeunesse Room__
Details of attending members (including classification, offices held within
organization, record of past participation in trip*): Students around McNeese campus
Davante Lewis       Josiah Eastman      Terence Delaine Jr.      Caleb Whalley           Maci Wilcox
 President           Vice-President      Senate Speaker            Treasurer              Secretary
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Reason for event: The Total Woman: Mind, Body, and Spirit Lifestyle Change Initiative to
educate and facilitate lifestyle change for the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of
sorors and the communities that we serve.

Number of times of past participation: __0___

Number of students participating directly (competitions, workshops and presentations): 25+

Awards won and year received: _n/a_

In what ways does participation in this event benefit the organization and its members: This event
falls under the Sorority’s Programmatic Thrusts according to its’ by-laws and counts towards the
chapter’s community service.

Date: _November 28, 2012________ Location: _La Jeunesse Room__

Number of students expected to attend: __25+___

Details of event: This event is set to educate on the importance and benefits of lifestyle changes
affecting longevity, morbidity, and mortality; to identify organizational alliances that work
towards address pertinent health issues; and to develop and implement health-focused programs.

Number of students involved in the execution of event: 1


Event Detail: Delta’s Founders Day Weekend
Number of members attending: _1          Location: _Washington, D.C._____
Details of attending members (including classification, offices held within
organization, record of past participation in trip*): Desire’e Burnett; Senior; President of Delta
Sigma Theta, no past participation

Reason for event: _This event is in honor of those women who set out to make an impact in the
lives of African Americans in the community.

Number of times of past participation: __0___

Number of students participating directly (competitions, workshops and presentations): 1

Awards won and year received: _n/a_

In what ways does participation in this event benefit the organization and its members: This is an
opportunity for members to actively experience history.

Date: _January 10-13, 2012________ Location: _Washington, D.C.__

Davante Lewis      Josiah Eastman        Terence Delaine Jr.     Caleb Whalley            Maci Wilcox
 President          Vice-President        Senate Speaker           Treasurer               Secretary
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Number of students expected to attend: __50+___

Details of event: Members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated from around the world
will be celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the Sorority.

Number of students involved in the execution of event: 1


Various Information:
Number of years organization has been in existence at McNeese: __n/a___

Number of members in organization: _2__

Activities provided to McNeese students at large (please specify year)*: Pennies for Popsicles,
Voter Registration Drive, etc.

Examples of organization involvement on campus (please specify year)*: Pennies for Popsicles,
Voter Registration Drive, Freshman Move-In, as well membership in numerous campus
organizations.


Other: Organization’s participation in the Senate for the current year and the previous year
(attendance, committees, legislation, etc): Fall 2009-Present: Consistantly voiced senators and
perfect attendance within SGA; Members of NPHC have served on the TASC committee, the
Banquet Committee, the Finance and Budget Committee, the Financial Aid Appeals
Committee, the Grade Appeals Committee, and the Judicial Committee.

Last time organization requested funds from the Senate and amount (to the best of your knowledge):
______                   _ ____                               ___




Davante Lewis      Josiah Eastman      Terence Delaine Jr.     Caleb Whalley          Maci Wilcox
 President          Vice-President      Senate Speaker           Treasurer             Secretary

				
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