Making our community a better place

Founded in 1901 by Bloomington natives, Tri Kappa is a women's philanthropic organization that provides scholarships and funding for local nonprofit organizations.

The Alpha chapter is the first of 247 chapters around the state of Indiana. We focus on a mission of bringing women into close, unselfish relationships for the promotion of charity, culture, and education. We are proud to continue the strong tradition and legacy by awarding over $20,000 in grants and scholarships this year.

 

Blingo

A new twist on an old favorite, perfect for Girls' Night Out! Win amazing designer purse prizes, wine pulls, raffle baskets, and more. Buy your tickets early, we will sell out!

Local Scholarships

Scholarships will be awarded to four outstanding students who make significant contributions to both their school and their community.

Community Grants

Tri Kappa is proud to announce $17,500 in available grant funding to nonprofit organizations in the Bloomington community for 2019.


We have an amazing group of women - Real Women - who are working women, stay-at-home moms, Millennials, Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, retirees. We our bound together with a common purpose to be sisterly and philanthropic.
— Amanda Burnham Chapter President, 2017-2019

Congratulating Shelley Singell on her awards are, from left, Aggie Sarkissian, Angie Martin, Theresa Cooper, Nancy Gettinger, Shelley Singell, Amanda Burnham, and 2018 honoree  Mary Jane Hall.

Congratulating Shelley Singell on her awards are, from left, Aggie Sarkissian, Angie Martin, Theresa Cooper, Nancy Gettinger, Shelley Singell, Amanda Burnham, and 2018 honoree Mary Jane Hall.

Habitat Scholars receives $1600 donation in honor of member

Tri Kappa members present Shelley Singell with the 2019 Angie Martin Sisterhood Award. A total of $1,600 was collected by the women and donated to the Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County “Habitat Scholars” program in Shelley’s honor.