This committee provides pertinent legislative updates to chapter members and community groups, as well as information on public policy and civil rights activities.
It keeps abreast of the annual National Social Action Commission Plan and identifies projects for chapter implementation using the social action issue priorities:
Voting and Civic Engagement
Reimagining Public Safety
Our activities include voter registration, promoting Census completion, and education regarding pending legislation. The Chapter participates in Delta Days at the Kansas State Capitol annually.
Reproductive Rights Awareness
Power of Voting at the Local Level webinar
Deltas Against Hunger Food Drive
Battered Women Toiletry Drive
Clothing for a Cause Coat Drive
Registered and Ready House Party: Promoted as a party with a purpose, the Leavenworth Alumnae Chapter hosted a Registered & Ready House Party to encourage viewers to help their friends and family register to vote and understand the power of making their voices heard in the General Election. Each person who viewed the event was encouraged to help their friends and family get registered to vote for the upcoming General Election. Topics discussed included voter registration status and verification, the safety of mail-in and absentee voting, checking in on college students voting for the first time and via absentee ballot, and creating a voting day plan. More than 200 viewers tuned into the event and were challenged to each text 10 people, giving the chapter the ability to potentially reach over 2,000 prospective eligible voters. Viewers were treated to a variety of music crossing multiple generations as Johnny The DJ Quest of Your KC DJ spun records during the two-hour YouTube live event.