UPSILON OMEGA ZETA HISTORY
Upsilon Omega Zeta was chartered December 21, 2006 in Fishers, Indiana by five action-oriented and purpose-driven women who saw a greater need for charity services in the suburban and rural communities that were not being met. These women realized that the need for charity services was not just in the city of Indianapolis, but also in the surrounding areas where most families were a paycheck away from being homeless and unemployed. When the financial market crashed in 2008, suburban and rural families were hit the hardest with the loss of their homes, jobs, and monetary savings. These families soon found themselves in need of the basic living necessities and Upsilon Omega Zeta rose to the challenge. The services needed by the community put the chapter in a constant state of work and it soon became known as the "Working Chapter". For more than a decade, Upsilon Omega Zeta has continued its mission to uphold the light of Zeta through selfless service to its community based on our principles of Scholarship, Service, Sisterhood, & Finer Womanhood. When the community calls, Upsilon Omega Zeta will always answer.