Congratulations graduates of 2020!
Five local high school seniors were awarded college scholarships by The Pink Tea Rose Foundation, Inc. and Theta Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. In a ceremony attended by the recipients and chapter members of Theta Mu Omega, the honorees revealed the college of their choice and their plans for the future.
Greetings on behalf of the members of The Pink Tea Rose Foundation!
The Pink Tea Rose Foundation, Inc. is 501(c)3 that was established in 2013 with the goal of providing academic scholarships and charitable services to under-served communities in the city of Inglewood and Los Angeles County.
The foundation also works in conjunction with the Theta Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., which serves the Inglewood and Greater Los Angeles area of Southern California. Our programs and activities promote sustainability through positive growth and development in the areas of education, health, social responsibility and economic development.
It is our hope that you will partner with us in our efforts to serve our community. We hope to consistently increase our monetary support of our scholarships, and expand our programs and services, making the support of sponsors and donors like you essential. As our foundation continues to grow, we look forward to developing new partnerships and creating a legacy of impact in Inglewood, Los Angeles County and beyond. We invite you to partner with us in this mission! Our mandate is ambitious, however our collective tenacity is more than enough to not only meet, but to exceed our goals.
For information, on ways to support The Pink Tea Rose Foundation, please click the DONATE button above. Once again, we thank you for visiting The Pink Tea Rose Foundation website!
Yours in Service,
Diane E. Peete
$50,000 in College Scholarships Awarded
to Los Angeles County High School Seniors
The Pink Tea Rose Foundation, Inc., in conjunction with Theta Mu Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., annually awards college scholarships to five (5) local high seniors scholarships.
ASCEND Program Successfully Launched
Theory of Change
It is possible to create sustainable social change to catalyze racial equity and gender equality in underinvested communities through collaborations between government, business, nonprofits, and community. Strategic action and programming should be designed with the intention of building on individual assets and community resources. A person's zip code should neither constrain their social mobility nor predetermine their life outcomes.