Raising Roses

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Raising Roses is the AOII Foundation’s annual giving society exclusively for collegiate members. This exciting opportunity allows collegians to give back to our sisterhood through individual giving. These gifts make a difference in the lives of our sisters today and tomorrow. By contributing, our sisters continue to demonstrate their loyalty to AOII.

To honor the year of Alpha Omicron Pi’s founding, individual gifts of $18.97 or more to the Loyalty Fund (unrestricted) are recognized with a commemorative AOII gift that is only available to Raising Roses collegiate donors.

Only one gift of $18.97 or more per fiscal year (July 1 – June 30) is required in order for a sister to join this group and receive the appreciation gift.

Raising Roses can be purchased in honor or on behalf of a collegiate sister.

Jacqueminot Circle


The Jacqueminot Circle is our foundational alumnae-giving society where the power of affordable donations comes together to have the broadest impact across the Foundation. The Jacqueminot Circle provides recognition for our sisters who contribute an annual gift of $228 (payable in full or in monthly installments of $18.97) to our Loyalty Fund. The Loyalty Fund is vital to the Foundation, driving our programs, powering our outreach, and supplementing our scholarships. Members also receive a one-time thank-you gift upon joining.

1897 Society

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Also in honor of AOII’s founding year, the 1897 Society acknowledges donors who contribute $1,897 or more in a fiscal year to the Foundation’s Loyalty Fund (unrestricted). These donors are recognized with an invitation to an 1897 Society recognition event each year, as well as a limited edition AOII charm only available to 1897 Society donors.

For more information on how you can become a member of the 1897 Society, contact Ashley Byrd, AOII Foundation Executive Director.

We are grateful to the 125 members of the 1897 Society for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
(*Indicates the sister was a Charter Member of the 1897 Society when it was formed in 2015.)