Since 1951, Tri Sigma has dedicated itself to serving children’s health initiatives. As our first national philanthropy, the Robbie Page Memorial Fund began by funding the research and vaccine trials to combat polio. After the trials for the Salk vaccine proved successful and polio was cured, Tri Sigma supported another cutting-edge treatment for hospitalized children called play therapy. Play therapy supports seriously ill children in understanding and coping with their illnesses and treatments they must undergo. The Tri Sigma Foundation awards Robbie Page Memorial grants annually to local programs throughout the country to support therapeutic play efforts.
In 2016, Tri Sigma welcomed March of Dimes as an additional philanthropic partner. With a shared history in our fight against polio, chapters now join the fight against premature birth by fundraising, serving and raising awareness for mothers, babies and families. Whether Tri Sigma donates toys to children’s hospitals or volunteer at March for Babies, our passion remains Sigma Serves Children.
To learn more about Tri Sigma's philanthropic efforts visit the Tri Sigma Foundation