Sadye W. Potter was the FIRST State Director in Georgia and a member of Epsilon Zeta Chapter. Soror Watson Potter was a advocate for young women to finish high school and prevent teenage pregnancy. In 2007, Epsilon Zeta Chapter honored her legacy by Awarding scholarships to high school and college woman in her name.
The scholarship applications are available from November-February.
The Stork's Nest Program was created by Soror Evelyn Brown of Epsilon Zeta Chapter in 1971 and adopt into the sorority in 1972. In 2016, Epsilon Zeta opened its Storks Nest at Adamsville Health Center. The program is designed to promote prenatal care participation and encourage healthy behaviors during pregnancy through incentives (diapers, wipe,etc.) and education. Feel free to donate!
Zetas Helping Other People Excel was approved at the 2008 National Boule as the National Service Program of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
An interactive holistic multidimensional outreach program designed to enhance, cultivate and empower participants to develop health promoting lifestyle choices across the lifespan. Specific to the population groups; Women, Youth, Seniors, Men, and International Women of Color.
Z-HOPE will be implemented across the United States and in selected International countries.
Chapters are encouraged to collaborate with existing community organizations and resources to provide optimal quality programs that provide maximum impact.