Delta Zeta Sorority

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Since 2006, Delta Zeta collegiate and alumnae chapters have adopted The Painted Turtle as their National Service Project.  The turtle has become more than just a mascot–it is a symbol of positive change and enrichment.

Each year, thousands of Delta Zeta volunteers from collegiate and alumnae chapters host community events to benefit Camp, make projects and crafts for campers, and volunteer at camp as counselors and medical volunteers. Delta Zeta collegiate and alumnae members truly and graciously go above and beyond for our “turtles.”

Delta Zeta Visit July 12, 2015 (91)Over 550 Delta Zeta’s have taken time out of their schedules to volunteer at camp. That’s over 40,500 hours! It takes a village to make The Painted Turtle not only year-round, but free for our campers and families. We are very grateful for Delta Zeta’s generosity.

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A big thank you to all the Delta Zeta members and volunteers whoAugust 6 2015 - Ian Bailey Photos (34)
have supported The Painted Turtle campers, families, and programs
throughout the years! We could not give these children a magical camp
experience without friends like you.

If you have any questions, please contact Jenna Fradkin at: or at (310) 451-1353 x 110.