Project Linus


Get involved!
  The chapter encourages Omicron Delta members to host service activities in their communities.  Please review the Service Interest Form   If you are interested, please e-mail our chapter at: chapter@omicrondelta.net and more information can be sent to you regarding your specific interest. 





Through member outreach, Omicron Delta continues to support activities that benefit Project Linus.  Project Linus is a non-profit organization that provides homemade blankets to children in need.  This service activity allows chapter members all over the country to participate and contribute locally in their own community.  The chapter's relationship with Project Linus began in 2013 and to date, Omicron Delta has made over 274 Project Linus blankets. 

If a member would like to host a Project Linus event in their community - such as with a scout troop or church group - they may contact the chapter to discuss how the chapter can help you find donation sites and tips for making this an effective event that supports Project Linus.  

Heartfelt thank you from Boarder Babies Program...

"On behalf of the Boarder Babies Program of Howard University Hospital (HUH), I extend a heartfelt thank you for the donation of 19 new, washable, handmade blankets from the seven remarkable volunteer blanketeers of the Project Linus Mission. These donations were happily received by 19 infants born at HUH, as a component of our goal to prevent abandoned, abused and neglected children
The generosity of each blanket donor is truly outstanding. We are very proud to be the recipient of these blankets and honor those who created each one. Their labor of love meets an important need for many of the babies born at Howard University Hospital."






Be recognized!  The chapter recognizes our member volunteer efforts in support of these service organizations. If you host an event, don't forget to fill out a Service Recognition form so we can promote your efforts!

Omicron Delta SERVICE Recognition Form
Please e-mail: a_dziedzic@sbcglobal.net