Service Programs

A key founding principle of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated is Service. The Epsilon Epsilon Zeta Chapter is zealously dedicated to uplifting communities in the Central Florida area. Here are a few of our chapter programs and initiatives:


Children’s Corridor

The Children’s Corridor at the Zora Neale Hurston Outdoor festival for the Arts and Humanities features a vibrant Make and Take tent. Sponsored by Florida members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated, this tent offers interactive activites where children can create art and crafts to take home, fostering creativity and engagement within the community.

Scholarship Luncheon

The Epsilon Epsilon Zeta Chapter hosts an annual scholarship luncheon to recognize and celebrate outstanding young women in high school for their outstanding academic achievements.

Stork’s Nest Community Baby Shower

The Stork’s Nest Program promotes prenatal care participation and healthy behaviors during the pregnancy through two components – incentives and education. The Epsilon Epsilon Zeta Chapter holds community baby showers through this program.

Foster Care

The Foster Care Committee, established in 2022, is a beacon of compassion and support for foster youth. Through impactful initiatives like annual Toy Drives, we bring joy to children during the holidays. “Curls for Confidence” empowers youth with quality hair products, promoting self-esteem. Our “Bags of Dreams” initiative provides essential items in duffle bags, ensuring comfort during transitions. Dedicated to community engagement, we volunteer with esteemed organizations such as Embrace families and Great Oaks Village, extending our commitment to creating positive and lasting impacts on the lives of foster children. Together, we embody the principles of Zeta Phi Beta, Sorority Incorporated, fostering hope and empowerment.


The Zeta Adopt-A-School program is an initiative to create a school and community partnership that will positively impact student achievement, attendance, and the availability of role models for students of color. The program constitutes a year-long, mutually beneficial partnership that provides schools with resources, support, and structure. Activities are designed to support learning objectives, and each partnership is developed jointly by members of the Epsilon Epsilon Zeta Chapter and the school of choice.

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