Five members of Beta Theta Chapter make breakfast for the families at the Ronald McDonald House in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. This photograph was featured on page 45 of the Spring 2016 issue of The Adelphean.
Seven Eta Xi Chapter members pose behind collection buckets for the Ronald McDonald House Charities during the annual Presbyterian College Open Golf Tournament. The sisters are Renee Ballew, Link Garland, Abby Mayton, Karee Keefer, Mary Hunter Chamberlain, Patty Mayton, and Schay Goss.
Members of Zeta Tau Chapter pose outside during their first annual Pie-A-Pi contest to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House.
Members of Theta Zeta Chapter volunteer at the Roanoke Ronald McDonald House. This photograph was featured on page 41 of the Fall 2014 issue of The Adelphean.
The summer 2014 interns serve cupcakes as they volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House in Atlanta, Georgia. The interns are Abby Barrett, Lyndsey Kay, Alexandria Kenyon, Paige Matacchiera, Erin McCown, Kayla Nielsen, Kathryn Reddic, and Kelly Teetsel. This photograph was featured on page 43 of the Fall 2014 issue of The Adelphean.
Alpha Psi Chapter members Shannon Kartz, Robin Novack, Christina Chanpong, Nicole Lima, and Anna Hayashi pose with Ronald McDonald and children at the 15th anniversary of the Greater Los Angeles' Ronald McDonald House.
Members of Zeta Sigma Chapter cheer on the finishers of the Ronald McDonald Fund Run at the College of Charleston. This photograph was featured in The Adelphean.
JaNae Dillard (left) of the Mid-Cities Alumnae Association present a check for $636 to Beverly Miller of the Fort Worth Ronald McDonald House. This photograph was featured on page 53 of the Winter 1987 issue of The Adelphean.
Six members of Epsilon Psi Chapter pose in front of a Ronald McDonald House sign. From left to right, they are Janet Leech, Kristie Eakes, Lori Lankford, Becca Richmond, Amy Moores, and Ginny Chaffin.
Members of the Jackson, Mississippi Alumnae Association volunteer at the grand opening of their local Ronald McDonald House expansion. The alumnae raised $10,000 to fund a playroom for the house. Shown posing with Ronald McDonald are Lil McKinnon-Hicks (kneeling), Ruth Ann Moore Allen, Lee Einhaus, Jana Barron Fuss, Dawn McGee Shadow, and Mary Jo Fava Zummo. This photograph was featured in the Winter 1999 issue of The Adelphean.
Gamma Phi Chapter poses outside the Bruton Smith Building during the 6th annual Ronald McDonald House benefit and auction.
Members of the Morristown Alumnae Association gather to shower the Ronald McDonald House in Knoxville, Tennessee, with supplies at their annual winter meeting. From left to right, they are Sara Moreman Eichelman, Anne Williams Helms, Ann Bryan Dickerson, Cheryl Bartley Seale, Billie Smith McElroy, Ann Medlin Frierson, Lea Wayne Perkins, Barbara Isenberg Bible, Betty Rich Stewart, and Kitty Roberts Coffey. This photograph was featured on page 24 of the Winter 2000 issue of The Adelphean.
Members of the San Antonio Alumnae Association show their muscles while partnering with Goodwill to host a Partners for Good donation drive to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities. This photograph was featured on page 33 of the Winter 2015 issue of The Adelphean.
Eta Phi Chapter members present a skit to promote the Ronald McDonald House at a philanthropy party during the second round of recruitment. This photograph was featured on page 27 of the Summer 1999 issue of The Adelphean.
Houston Alumnae Association members Trish Clardy Watson and Sue Tullis Manning decorate the Christmas tree at the Ronald McDonald House in Houston, Texas.
Greater Kansas City Alumnae Association member Sara Dickey Goodburn and Alan Lubert, community outreach manager for the Kansas City Ronald McDonald House, sit in the back of a van filled with bags of pop tabs.
This flier announces that portions of the "Today" show and "Good Morning, America" on September 29, 1990 will be devoted to the opening of the 100th Ronald McDonald House in New York City. Alpha Delta Pi Grand President Jane Madio and Service Chairman Emily Mackebee are involved with the festivities.
This brochure outlines Alpha Delta Pi's support of the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). The sorority was one of the first corporate sponsors of the organization.
Burnett writes to the Dandy Lions, the organization of retired sorority officers, regarding the 1989 Grand Convention in St. Louis, Missouri, sorority news, and updates about some of their members.
This newsletter from Omicron Chapter features articles on chapter activities, alumnae news, and Duke University statistics. Lists of new members and chapter officers are also provided.