Tri Kappa Zionsville Zeta Sigma Chapter

Tri Kappa is a philanthropic sorority with 270 chapters throughout Indiana. Our chapter's purpose is to promote charity, culture and education within the Zionsville community.

Kappa Kappa Kappa was founded in 1901 by seven young ladies attending the Girls’ Classical School founded by May Wright Sewall in Indianapolis. To ensure that Tri Kappa would continue beyond their school days each member was to start a chapter in her hometown. No one of that small group would have believed that Kappa Kappa Kappa would become a thriving organization composed of Active and Associate chapters across Indiana. Tri Kappa was later incorporated and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. To our knowledge, it is the only greek letter organization limited by the boundaries of one state.

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Community Organization
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Non-Profit Organization