Greetings from the Raleigh Graduate Chapter of Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Incorporated ®. The Raleigh Graduate Chapter of SWING PHI SWING SFI, chapter member of the NAACP, is the proud recipient of the 2015 Ralph Campbell, Sr. Award for outstanding service to the Community. The Raleigh Graduate Chapter is honored to be recognized by the NAACP. We thank the local branch of the NAACP and we thank you for your continued dedication and services to our community. We proudly support you.
The Raleigh Graduate Chapter also received the 2016 Community Service Excellence Award from the National SWING PHI SWING SFI at its 2016 annual convention in Charlotte, NC on July 30, 2016.
Within the Raleigh Graduate Chapter, we have sisters who have served in various capacities within our organization, both on the local level as well as on the national level.
Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship Inc.® Mission
Through community service, tireless efforts and a strong belief in unity, the primary focus and goal of the Raleigh Graduate Chapter of Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc.® is to service the various triangle communities through perseverance, sincere dedication and a strong belief that "Sisterhood and brotherhood is the strongest bond" and route to uplifting people.
Organization’s Colors: White & Black
Organization’s Motto: “Perseverance by Virtue”
Graduate members are proud professionals, entrepreneurs, mothers, sisters, and friends who often travel the same roads—many with vastly different backgrounds, but similar goals. They bond by finding common grounds to share and reflect upon. They make charitable contributions and offer volunteer services in our communities. Membership is open to any woman who has earned an Associates Degree or higher at an accredited college, technical, or training institution. We also accept membership from professional women with a professional certification/minimal training in her chosen career field, preferably with a demonstrated record of community or organization service of a minimum of five years.