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Chapter: Alpha Xi Delta- ΑΞΔ
Values: Sisterhood, Leadership, Knowledge, Service to our community
Philanthropy: Kindly Hearts
Colors: Double Blue and Gold
Founded at UD in: 1989
Chapter Website:
Chapter Instagram: @udalphaxi

Involvement: The sisters of Alpha Xi Delta host an annual 5K at UD to raise money for The Kindly Hearts Campaign, as well as volunteer at one in Philadelphia. The AXiD sisters host a "Xiti Night" at their chapter house, which is an all-you-can-eat pasta night, with all of the proceeds going to Kindly Hearts. These sisters also host "Football FrenXi", a football tournament played by both sororities and fraternities. Each winning fraternity and sorority receives a portion of the proceeds toward their philanthropy.

Sisterhood: The Alpha Xi Delta sisters are proud to be part of an organization of individuality and authenticity. The individuality of each sister, along with the talents and interests she contributes, helps make this sorority's strong sisterhood. They are a fun, diverse group of women with a common bond- a love for Alpha Xi Delta. They are a sisterhood of caring, intelligent, and extraordinary women who, together, make up a remarkable organization that helps fund charitable causes and prides itself on friendship, loyalty, and dedication.

Words from the Chapter President: "From the second I stepped foot into the Alpha Xi Delta room during recruitment, I knew this was the place for me. Becoming a sister has been the best decision I have made to date. The genuine woman welcomed me whole heartedly from the second I walked through the doors and have continued to show their unconditional love throughout my time as an AXiD. As I look into the upcoming semester, I get so excited to be back with all my best friends in our chapter and look forward to leading our chapter to continue to be the best woman we can possibly be. Our sisters don’t just become our friends but our family away from home" 
-Rho Gamma, Chapter President


"Being the VP of Philanthropy for AXID has opened my eyes to how rewarding and important it is to volunteer and give time to the homeless population in our area. Being able to work with families hands-on and see how grateful they are for our time not only brings joy to me but it also reminds me of how lucky I am for a roof over my head and food on my plate. I am grateful for my position and have found immense amount of leadership and teamwork working with all the sisters in our chapter. I couldn’t be more happy with our amazing philanthropy and all the hard work we have all put in."
-Layla Leibell, Vice President of Philanthropy 

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