National Service Efforts


Gamma Sigma Sigma’s National Service Program is designed to guide our sorority in accomplishing national service goals. It is developed around two Project I.M.P.A.C.T. areas, national service efforts, and service assistance for our members to enhance their service efforts. Take a moment to read through the National Service Program and learn more about some of our programs below.


At each National Convention, two special project areas are chosen by the delegation for special emphasis during the following biennium. These areas, known as Project I.M.P.A.C.T., encourage participation by all members, and help to establish relations with other national charitable organizations.

2015-2017 Project I.M.P.A.C.T. areas

Mental Health Awareness and Advocacy and Youth and the Arts

Learn more about Project IMPACT


In the event of a national or international disaster, Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Sorority will respond with a special call to service – GSS C.A.R.E.S. (Collaboration to Assist in Relief Efforts through Service). This is our initiative to help with relief when areas are devastated by any natural disaster / manmade disaster, and members decide to assist through donations, collecting items, or active volunteering in the area.

GSS C.A.R.E.S. may include a special service project or service initiatives to address devastated areas until relief efforts have completed.

Members are encouraged to communicate their local efforts to the National Service Director for distribution through national communication lists.

Learn more about GSS C.A.R.E.S.


The Service Assistance Program (SAP) provides financial assistance to chapters and colonies to support their service efforts in Project I.M.P.A.C.T. areas. Chapters/colonies must complete an application. Then, applications are approved by the National Service Director based on funding allocated for SAP for the biennium.

Chapters and colonies can complete the Service Assistance Program funding application to apply for funding to support service projects.  Visit the Service Assistance Page.


What is it?

In 2011, the sorority established Gamma Sigma Sigma National Day of Service as a national event. Gamma Sigma Sigma members are encouraged to participate in an act of service on or surrounding the sorority’s Founder’s Day, October 12th.

Who can participate?

All members are encouraged to serve for our National Day of Service. Feel free to invite your friends and family to join in your service as well.

What can you do?

Members are encouraged to serve within either of our Project I.M.P.A.C.T. areas Mental Health Awareness and Advocacy or Youth and The Arts. We hope many members and chapters join together to serve within this Project I.M.P.A.C.T. areas; however, you are welcome to serve in areas outside of Project I.M.P.A.C.T.

Gamma Sig’s Green Initiative

At the end of the 31st biennium, Gamma Sigma Sigma approved plans to create a service plan for Environmental Awareness and Sustainability. The Sig Green Initiative focuses on ways the sorority can improve the environment through our service efforts as well as daily actions. Members, chapters, and colonies may use this document as a reference for resources related to service with an environmental focus. The information in this document may also be helpful with identifying individual ways members can be environmentally conscious in their personal lives. Read the Initiative