Henrico County Alumnae Chapter (HCAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. welcomes you to our homepage and extends the warmth and bond of sincere sisterhood.
HCAC is focused on Honoring our Commitments to sisterhood and scholarship while Advocating for Change in our communities through dedicated public service and social action.
Please take a few moments to navigate through our website to learn more about the programs, community service and activities HCAC implements throughout Henrico, New Kent and Charles City counties.
Again, thank you for visiting our website. Please check back often for updates, new community service opportunities and information.
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2013 Scholarship & Book Award Recipients
Jingwa Fohba, DeVonte Short, Alesha Johnson & Jaliah Graves
2013 Arts & Poetry Recipients
Alison SantAnna, Briona Brown, Taylor Smith & Danielle Page
2013 HCAC Super Soror
2012 Scholarship Recipients
Kranthidhar Bathula, Highland Springs H.S.
Christopher Hill, Charles City H.S.
Alexis Frederick, Varina H.S.
2012 Community Partner Award
2012 Local Hero
Dr. Chriscilla S. Wallace
Unlocking the Key to
Family Health Fair
Saint Paul’s Baptist Church
4247 Creighton Road
Richmond, VA 23223.
Presented by The Saint Paul’s Baptist Church Caring Hearts Nursing Ministry & The Henrico County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
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