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Association History

You have to know where you’ve been to know where you are going. Kappa holds a special place in its heart for Fraternity history, but every association of our organization has unique beginnings of its own. Each plays a part in shaping us today and continuing the Kappa tradition beyond college.

Our Association was founded in April 1899 and is one of the oldest and largest alumnae associations in the country. It is comprised of four groups: the Daytimers, the Night Owls, the Kountry Kousins and Career Kappas. Association members may attend any or all of these meetings. We have approximately 400 members in the Denver Alumnae Association from the northern metro area to Castle Rock in the south to the western foothills.

INTEREST GROUPS OF THE DENVER ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION
Antiques, Birthdays, Book Club, Bridge, Golf, Moms & Tots and Stitchers.

LOCAL KAPPA PHILANTHROPIES
The Denver Alumnae Association has hosted the annual Kappa Book & Author Dinner to fund Craig Hospital’s Harry R. Hahn Scholarship Fund and other scholarships for 22 years. Proceeds have funded more than 870 scholarships with over $830,964. The Night Owls' Kappa Karnival benefits The Denver Children's Hospital.  Our members may also donate to the Friendship Fund, the Chapter Assistance Fund, Iris Foundation and Leadership Academy. The Denver Alumnae Association also supports our national philanthropy, RIF (Reading Is Fundamental).