Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., a nonprofit community-based organization, is one of the largest Greek-lettered international sororities. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was organized over 75 years ago and its members are primarily African American. The sorority has made significant contributions to more than 600 communities in the United States, West Africa, Germany and the Caribbean through volunteer work and outreach services. More specifically, the members are involved in the granting of scholarships, youth development projects, child care development centers, as well as women's health issues.
The March of Dimes is proud of its partnership with Zeta Phi Beta and are delighted to celebrate our more than 40 years of success together. As a top national March for Babies team, a leader in Prematurity Awareness Month programs, with volunteers at all levels of our Foundation, and our cornerstone program Stork’s Nest ® the women of Zeta truly exemplify finer-womanhood for the March of Dimes and its mission.
Learn more about Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. at zphib1920.org
Stork’s Nest is an incentive-based, prenatal health promotion program for low-income pregnant women. A partnership of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and the March of Dimes, Stork’s Nest encourages women to make and keep prenatal care appointments and participate in prenatal education classes. Getting early and regular prenatal care and learning about healthy pregnancy choices are significant contributors to helping women have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies. for more information or to get involved in Stork’s Nest, email email@example.com.
The documents below are approved for use by Stork’s Nest volunteers only. You must have a password to access these documents. To get the case-sensitive password, email the Zeta National Director of Stork’s Nest.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I become a partner?
Contact your local March of Dimes chapter or the March of Dimes national office.
I am a member of one of these groups. How do I get more involved?
Visit the In depth page for your organization, visit their website or contact the March of Dimes national office.
What does it mean to be a partner?
March of Dimes national service partners are clubs, organizations, fraternities, sororities and labor groups who have chosen the March of Dimes as a community partner to implement mission programs, participate in fundraising campaigns and recruit additional volunteers to help.