The sisters of Sigma Phi Omega are strongly committed to serving the community. Our official National Philanthropy is domestic violence. Every semester, our chapter holds seminars and discussions to promote domestic violence awareness and prevention on the UC Berkeley campus. Our members can be seen on Sproul Plaza, passing out informational brochures and flyers for our events. We also actively fundraise, making yearly donations to the San Francisco Asian Women's Shelter, where our chapter has been awarded membership in their Supporting Circle.

While our mission is to bring domestic violence awareness and prevention to Berkeley, the scope of our philanthropy is not limited to this one cause. Other events and organizations that our chapter participates in include: 

Alameda County MADD
American Cancer Society's Relay for Life
The Berkeley Project
Canning for Hunger
City Wide Ministries
Clean Cities Program
Domestic Violence Project
Family Giving Tree
Girls Inc.
Habitat for Humanity
Invisible Children Inc.
Oakand Children's Hospital
Relay for Life
San Francisco Asian Women's Shelter
UC Berkeley Eggster

Many of our members are also individually involved in helping the community by performing at charitable events, tutoring and mentoring disadvantaged students, and volunteering at hospitals.

Sigmas are proud to serve the communities in which we live. Service is one of the main aspects of our sisterhood, and we are always glad to contribute and make a difference.