The Phoenix Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi® recently received the Fraternity’s highest and most prestigious honor, the Premier Club Award. Pi Beta Phi alumnae clubs promote and support Fraternity philanthropic endeavors, assist collegiate chapters and offer friendship to new graduates and alumnae. One club, among more than 300, is chosen each year as a representative of performance that is exemplary above all others.
The Phoenix Alumnae Club consistently improves its programs and events to provide engaging, fun opportunities for its members, many of whom are working and volunteering full time. The club supports three major literacy projects: it donated 600 books and 60 bookcases to homes completed by Central Arizona Habitat for Humanity; it supported UMOM Day Centers with donations of sporting equipment, canned goods, books, games and toys; and it partnered with the Arizona Beta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi at Arizona State University to host a Champions are Readers® reading enrichment program in a local third-grade classroom.

“The Phoenix Alumnae Club has a large impact in its local community and provides friendship and leadership opportunities for hundreds of Pi Phis in the Phoenix area,” said Pi Beta Phi President Mary Tatum. “The club continues to grow and its philanthropic service and communication efforts have been extraordinary over the last year. We congratulate the club on all its hard work and its constant support of the Fraternity at large.”

In addition to the Premier Club Award, the Phoenix Alumnae Club received an Excellence in Communication Award in honor of its newsletters, emails and social media communications with Phoenix area Pi Phi alumnae. The Phoenix Club was chartered in 1926.