Sorority Toolkit

The Sorority Toolkit

Hey Girl,

I am SO SO SO excited that you decided to get the sorority toolkit. I have SO many links for you that I hope you will love. This toolkit is mainly for women who are already in sororities. I can't wait for you to click around and see the links inside. So a little about me: My name is Amanda Cross, and I am a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma. I joined Tri Sigma in January of 2012, and I have been bleeding purple ever since. I adore my sorority, and Greek life as a whole. I know that sorority life is SUCH a great experience and I want to share some links with you to help your sorority experience. 

Thank you so much for signing up for the sorority toolkit. You are amazing and I can’t wait to find out how you feel about the toolkit. I have checked to make sure that all the vendors located in this list are licensed with my sorority Tri Sigma, but that doesn’t mean they are licensed with your sorority.

Make sure you are buying from officially licensed vendors through or their app FindGreek. Also, watch this tutorial down below for more information about

Letter Shirts & Screen printed Clothing

Jenna Benna Co.

The Greek Ink Press

Adam Block Design

The Embroidery Chick

Greek Gear

Explosion Sportswear

Boutique Greek


University Tees

South By Sea

Jewelry & Sorority Gifts

A-List Greek Designs**

The Collegiate Standard

Nava New York


M&D Sorority Gifts

Greek Case

College Coloring Books

Incredibly Charming Paper & Gifts


Chapter & Recruitment Wear

Old Navy


J. Crew & J. Crew Factory



Lilly Pulitzer

Frill Clothing


Where To Get A White Dress




David’s Bridal





Sorority Bloggers, Websites, and Facebook Groups

Sorority Sugar

Sorority Stylista

The Sorority Life

National Panhellenic Council's Website

A list of all the sorority websites

Sorority Connection

A HUGE list of all the Panhellenic Facebook connection and shirt swap groups there are on Facebook.

Chapter Fundraiser Ideas

Chipotle (You can keep 50% of proceeds from Chipotle)

Panera Bread (You can keep up to 20% of the profits, but you must get at least 20 people to show up to keep any percentage of profits.)

Boston Market (You can do either a restaurant night, sell gift cards, or get them to cater a dinner you are hosting and get part of the ticket sales proceeds.)

Don't forget to check local restaurants that aren't chains. They can usually help you out with a restaurant night too!

CustomInk’s Booster (You can design a t-shirt and do a t-shirt fundraiser, you set the t-shirt prices so proceeds vary.)

Yankee Candle (You can keep 40% of proceeds from Yankee Candle)

Huge list of fundraising ideas from Sorority Sugar

Because you signed up for the sorority toolkit you have access to the blogging and college toolkit by default.

Click here to enter the college toolkit with the password thacollege


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About Amanda

Hey Y’all!
My name is Amanda Cross, and I am the blogger behind The Happy Arkansan. I am a blogger, freelance writer, and podcaster. When I am not creating content for any of my content online, I can usually be found baking, watching YouTube, or napping. I love helping millennials and young adults navigate the mess that is adult life. Keep reading for my thoughts and experiences.

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