Founded in 1929, Epsilon Sigma Alpha International (ESA) is a premier leadership and service organization that offers members the personal assistance and supportive programming needed to impact the world in a positive way.In keeping with that philosophy under the leadership of ESA member and long-time Easterseals supporter Ardyce Moore, ESA adopted Easterseals as one of its’ two national charitable causes. Since 1984, ESA members have supported Easterseals by volunteering time to help raise more than $5.7 million dollars.
Epsilon Sigma Alpha International also is the premier sponsor of Easterseals’ CAMP HOPE initiative - a program designed to provide a week-long camping experience for the children of service members and support to families learning to live with a service member facing newly acquired disabilities.
ESA Easterseals Senior Coordinators Jeanne Williamson, Pat Stupur and Ardyce Moore is currently working with ESA team members to promote CAMP HOPE and plan fundraising activities to support Easterseals services.
ESA's network of 1,000 chapters and 12,000 members is dedicated to developing confidence, competence and career opportunity for each and every member by promoting education, service and association through programs that focus on personal development.