The H.A.V.E. Foundation’s signature programs include:
Giving Tuesday (12/2015)
The Nu Xi Zeta H.A.V.E. Foundation is turning #GivingTuesday into #Giving30 in honor of the Nu Xi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. celebrating 30 years of giving back to the Alexandria and Arlington Communities. #Giving30 is an effort to encourage individuals to give 30 minutes of service on Tuesday, December 1, 2015 and/or donate $30 or more to the Nu Xi Zeta H.A.V.E. Foundation.
7th Annual Nu Xi Zeta H.A.V.E. Foundation Spring Luncheon: "Upholding Tradition - Investing in Our Youth" (4/2014)
During this special event, Nu Xi Zeta H.A.V.E. Foundation in partnership with the Alexandria Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. recognized their 2014 community service award winner, The Campagna Center, Man of the Year, Mr. Glenn Hopkins, Woman of the Year, Ms. Jaspen Boothe, and the Nu Xi Zeta H.A.V.E. Foundation scholarship awardees. The keynote speaker for the luncheon was Ms. Tammy Mann, the President and CEO of the Campagna Center. A networking reception and silent auction preceded the luncheon program.
Nu Xi Zeta H.A.V.E. Foundation Annual Youth Technology Workshop (11/2013)
HAVE Foundation’s Youth Technology workshop series is a partnership with the Alexandria City Public School System. The objective of the workshop is to use hands-on activities (creating a commercial or PSA) to provide middle and high school students with a better understanding of cyber bullying issues in their communities.
True Blue Family BINGO Fundraiser (12/1/2012)
Nu Xi Zeta HAVE Foundation's annual scholarship fundraising event held at the Kappa Alpha Psi Multipurpose Facility. All profits from this event helped fund $1,500 scholarships for Alexandria and Arlington, VA high school seniors.
Nu Xi Zeta H.A.V.E. Foundation STEMulation Workshop (10/2012)
HAVE Foundation’s STEMulation workshop series at T.C. Williams High School, with the partnership of the Alexandria City Public School System. These workshops, which were held on Wednesdays, October 17th and 24th from 6:30pm to 8:00pm, engaged 15 youth from 6th grade to 12th in the constructing a hot air balloon, bridging Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics concepts.