Alpha Gamma Xi Sorority, Inc.

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Sorors Helping to Excel and Restore Others is our initiative to help empower and enrich the lives of our women veterans that may be displaced or in need, through philanthropic actions.  AGXi Sorority, Inc. will be partnering with a variety of organizations that focus on veterans in order to fulfill our goals of Stewardship and Service. Through our goals and initiative, we hope to not only impact the lives of our veterans, but those of our members by giving them monthly opportunities to serve the community and making a positive impact in the lives of those around them.


If you are in need of assistance or for additional information, contact our S.H.E.R.O Director.





Supporting Women and Nurturing Survivors, dedicated to serving those women who have dealt with domestic violence and sexual assault. The SWANS outreach program has the sole purpose of creating strength within and rebuilding the "broken" woman; no matter the crisis. A program in which all who seek a place of empathy, safety, and confidentiality can come - knowing that her sister will be there reaching down to uplift her. Together we can, and will make a difference! SWANS Outreach; A powerful yet humble group of women assisting in helping to rebuild a mindset of self-love, forgiveness, and empowerment! (Ruth 1:6)

If you would like to participate in this project or receive more information, contact our program advocates.


The Diamond H.O.P.E. Project is a global social system for children ages 8 - 12 and teens ages 13 - 18, interested in service opportunities to Help Our Patriots Enhance their lives.  AGXi provides an environment for youth to volunteer in local veteran communities, while being mentored. Chosen mentees undergo an intake program and pledge a commitment embodying the Diamond Standard, H.O.P.E. values, AGXi virtues, and scholarly principles.  Mentees are awarded a certificate for every 20 hours of community service performed.

For more details, an application, or if you have questions please contact the H.O.P.E. Program Director.