Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation

  • Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation
  • Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation
  • Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation
  • Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation
  • Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation
  • Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation
  • Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation
  • Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation

We appreciate your visiting our website and, moreover, your interest and support in the Foundation’s mission. The Delt Foundation, established in 1981, exists to raise funds for educational and leadership programs of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity and its chapters.  The intended outcome of our mission is to help our members fulfill the Delt Creed and thereby have a positive impact on society.  Your gifts to the Foundation are a direct investment in the lives and futures of over 10,000 young Delts! Please contact us at foundation@delts.org if you have questions, comments or suggestions.


Latest News

Alumni Spotlight | Ryan Bond, Ohio University

History is important to Ryan Bond (Ohio University, 1995). As a brother of the Beta Chapter of Delta Tau Delta, he looks back over more than 100 years of history and sees a legacy of men who gave back to their chapter and their community. Bond now works to model that example in his own […]

Alumni Spotlight | Peter Caliendo, Butler University

How will you leave your mark on the world? This is something Peter Caliendo (Butler University, 2008) thinks of often. He’s allowed it to shape how he lives and how he works with others. And it was his involvement with Delta Tau Delta that helped shape this philosophy. When Caliendo was a senior in high […]

Alumni Spotlight | Dave Hughes, Ohio Wesleyan

Most brothers of Delta Tau Delta will talk about how their involvement in the Fraternity has changed their life. For some brothers, the impact of Delta Tau Delta has gone much further. For Dave Hughes (Ohio Wesleyan, ’61), the Fraternity’s influence can be traced for over a century. Dave is an Indianapolis native who followed […]