It’s that time of the year when our thoughts turn to Founders’ Day and of course the Dorothy Cody Award! Who will be this year’s winner? You can help decide by nominating your candidate for “Alumna of the Year”. The ideal Dorothy Cody award winner is someone who has made important contributions to the Alumnae Chapter, Collegiate Chapter, House Corporation or has made an important contribution to their community. Please email your choice including reasons why you think she deserves this award to Susan Weston at firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday November 16, 2019.
All nominees who are paid up members will be considered, the winner will be announced at Founder’s Day. Join us at Founders’ Dinner congratulate the winner.
DLAM Susan Weston (’71) Manager Dorothy Cody Fund
Join us November 27th as we celebrate 131 years of Tri Delta. We will be hosting the dinner and awards ceremony at the Intercontinental hotel at Bloor and Avenue. A Silent Auction will be held in support of POGO. Tickets are $70 for members – RSVP by November 19th
On Thursday, October 3rd Toronto alumnae and Tri Psis are cordially invited to the chapter house to meet Canada Alpha’s newest members. This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with the collegians and to reminisce with sisters. Tri Delta chapter development consultant Kirby Fitzpatrick will also be visiting, so let’s give her a warm Canadian welcome! Light refreshments will be served. All Tri Deltas and Tri Psis are invited to join us.
It would be fantastic to see you there!
Please RSVP below and indicate which parts of the evening you are able to attend.
6-7:45 p.m. – Part I: Alumnae and Tri Psi Gathering at the Fortunate Fox (280 Bloor St. W.)
8-9:15 p.m. – Part II: New Member Meet and Greet + Big/Little Reveal at the Chapter House
9:15 -10 p.m. – Part III: Crafting for Philanthropy at the Chapter House
We are happy to announce that despite an increase in international dues, we were able to keep our 2019-2020 dues at the same price!
$55 Early Bird Price
$30 for Life Loyal
$25 for 2019 Graduates
Where do my dues go?
Your local dues help Toronto Tri Deltas in many ways:
- Support the collegiate chapter and our chapter house
- Contribute to social programming
- Send a representative to Convention every four years
- Donation to the Trilogy Fund and Tri Delta Foundation
- Contribute to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
We hope that you pay it forward by renewing your membership, and continue to support your local alumnae chapter and the active collegiate chapter, as your experiences were once supported. Dues can be paid here: https://torontotridelta.ca/dues-and-payments/
In the bonds,
Michelle Mercer ACP & Carrie Illsley VP
Sister Deltas you have one week left to take advantage of Early Bird Dues. Renew your membership today and continue to support your chapter.
As an alumna, you have the opportunity to develop leadership skills, participate in philanthropic and community service projects, and assist our chapter – all while receiving the benefits of lifelong growth and friendship.
By paying these annual dues, you are supporting the collegiate and alumnae chapter as we continue to offer a dynamic membership experience to our women.
Every year the women of Tri Delta do their part in the battle against cancer by supporting the Terry Fox Foundation and every year we meet our fundraising goal with the help of our membership and families.
The 2019 run is at the Mooredale location. Updates will also be posted to the Tri Delta Toronto Facebook pages and Instagram.
We would love to see some familiar faces! If you are able to join our team for this years run please do register via our page, or if you know you won’t be able to make the date we’d ask for your monetary support to help this Canada wide event!
You can register to join our team or donate through our page – http://www.terryfox.ca/trideltatoronto
If you are already a part of a team through work or your community we would love to hear from you and show off a fellow sister’s accomplishments!
I’d like to invite you to participate in our Pre-Recruitment weekend this year, in preparation for Formal Recruitment. I’m hoping you can help us practice some conversational skills while both collegiates and alumnae get the chance to get to know each other better. In addition, do you think you would be willing to provide lunch/snacks for all of us to share?
For Formal Recruitment, we are allowed to receive an alumnae donation of three dozen flowers for Preference. I’ll confirm with Alexsis (Decorations Chair) which flowers she prefers and let you know ASAP.
Thanks in advance! And please pass this on to your fellow Alumnae and Tri Psi members.
Note: The Alumnae Chapter won’t provide snacks, but individual alum or Tri Psi members may bring them, if they wish.
Please join us for our annual recruitment event along with DDDines. Feel free to stop by say hi, join us for appetizers and drinks – and connect with a sister you haven’t seen in a while. We hope to connect with you and help you Fall Back into DDD. Don’t forget to bring your donation for POGO. Scroll down for details.
RSVP by Sept 1 to Krystal at Krystal.email@example.com
Yet again this year Tri Delta Toronto Alumnae are proudly supporting The Terry Fox Foundation in its ongoing work to fund innovative and progressive cancer research programs by taking part in The Terry Fox Run.
Every year we are proud to support and are thankful for all our donorsand fellow participants. If you are able to join us this year, please join our team! if you are not able to walk or run with us, please donate to our goal of $2,000. See our Event Post for more details.
Exciting news from one of our Tri Delta sisters! The TD Gallery at the Toronto Reference Library has a new exhibit entitled, “Plum Blossom from the Bitter Cold,” and it includes photos of Tri Delta Arlene Chan and her late mother Tri Psi Jean Lumb.
Arlene wrote in 2018:
“When Toronto Public Library announced in late 2016 that it was to establish the Chinese Canadian Archive to capture and record the rich heritage of the Chinese community, I was ecstatic. . . The connections to our past are fast fading with the loss of our elders, precious memories and personal memorabilia.”
Go! See! There’s a reading list and drop-in guided tours. Plum Blossom from the Bitter Cold runs until October 27th.