Sisters of the Dove Charity Fund, our foundation was established in September of 2014 and is exempt from Federal Income Tax deductions under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Charity Fund is created and operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.
The principal activities and purpose of the Charity Fund, are to:
To commemorate the Centennial year anniversary of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and Sisters of the Dove Charity Fund's 5-year anniversary, we awarded five scholarships honoring each founder of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Justice Bell is a graduating senior from David W. Butler High School of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. She is a varsity track and field athlete and an active member of Butler High School’s DREAM Team, Unified Club, and Black Student Union where she served as Treasurer. She is a member of the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society where she serves as Vice President and the National Society of Black Engineers in which she has been named Pre-Collegiate Initiative Female of the Year. Justice plans to major in Chemistry and later on attend medical school.
Taylor McCabe is a graduating senior and an International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidate from East Mecklenburg High School of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Taylor is a Girl Scouts Treasurer and Secretary, Student Government Senior Class Secretary, and Member of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Youth Council. She has founded and participated in over 10 school clubs and organizations including her school's jazz band and musical productions. She has played piano for the Community School of the Arts, is a dancer and a member of her school band in which she has served as President and and Co-President of the Tri-M Music Honor Society.
Laila Robinson is a graduating senior from Charlotte Christian School with a summa cum laude honor distinction. Laila is an active member of student government as the Admissions Prefect and a member of the varsity softball team. Her passion for community service led her to join the Mecklenburg County Teen Court program in 2015, where she has since become a lead attorney serving first-time offender teens in the county.
Kayla Clark is from Baltimore, Maryland and is a student at JWU Charlotte (Johnson and Wales University) where she is majoring in Culinary Arts and Food and Beverage Entrepreneurship. She is a Spring 2020 initiate into Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Delta Phi Chapter and a 3rd Generation Legacy. After college Kayla wants to pursue a career at a high-scale restaurant and become a private chef for families.
Andre'a Barber is a student at JWU Charlotte where she is majoring in Sports, Event, Entertainment Management. She is a Spring 2020 initiate into Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Delta Phi Chapter. After college, Andre'a wants to become a PR agent and corporate event planner.
Donations go to support scholarships, programming and other services focused on improving the quality of life of residents of the Greater Charlotte-Mecklenburg community.