International Justice Mission   

As our local philanthropy, we chose the International Justice Mission(IJM) to help end slave trafficking. Since this this is our new philanthropy, we are hosting and creating different and new events to promote IJM’s message. One of our events, Mr. Rho D. Chi was first hosted Spring 2019 to raise money for the philanthropy. Next Spring, we hope to increase slavery awareness through tabling, fundraisers, and more!

The International Justice Mission is the largest slavery organization in the world. Although some people may believe that slavery has died down in the past years, it is still prevalent as ever. IJM’s mission is to bring awareness to the cause, and send the help and resources to the victims of slavery. Their model is “set slaves free”, “throw oppressors in jail”, and “stop slave trade forever ( ” Through people’s donations, they were able to arrest 3,800 slave owners and free even more people from their shackles. To read stories about some of the rescued slaves, go to their website at the link below.



   American Lung Association   

Rho Delta Chi's national philanthropy is partnered with the American Lung Association (ALA). The American Lung Association is a voluntary health organization whose mission is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy, and research. The sisters of Rho Delta Chi help promote The American Lung Association throughout campus and the local community by spreading awareness about various lung diseases such as lung cancer, asthma, COPD, and Influenza to students on campus and the community. Rho Delta Chi also actively participates in fundraisers every semester to help donate funds for the American Lung Association. 


For over 95 years, the American Lung Association has been funding quality lung research with the intent of preventing all forms of lung disease. Today, the American Lung Association Research Program is compromised of 3 distinct programs: the Awards and Grants Program, the Airways Clinical Research Centers Network (ACRC), and the Epidemiology and Statistics Program. In addition to supporting our own research program, the American Lung Association aggressively advocates to increase America's investment into life saving research. We are pushing to increase funding at the National Institutes of Health to help find cures for lung cancer, COPD, asthma and all lung diseases. Now, more than ever, we find ourselves on the precipice of limitless medical discoveries, each one leading us closer to a day when we will be able to reverse, treat, prevent and ultimately find cures for all suffering from lung disease.

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