About Our Club 

The Fort Worth Alumnae Club is a diverse group of women ranging from recent college graduates to Golden (50+ year members) and Silver Arrows (25 year members). Our alumnae members represent more than 25 Pi Beta Phi collegiate chapters from across the country.

Our local alumnae chapter was founded in 1948 and has a rich history of sisterhood bonds tied to community philanthropy. Currently, our club has four small groups to capture the different interests and needs of our members. These groups include Pi Phi Page Turners (Book Club), Young Alums (Under 30), Ties that Bind (Needlepoint and Sewing group), and the Wine and Silver Spoons (Wine and Dinner Club).

The Fort Worth Alumnae Club is known for its annual signature events. The year is kicked off at our season opening party in September. These events have included wine tastings in member's homes to fall style shows at Neiman Marcus. The holidays are a time all Pi Phis look forward to with our annual Pi Beta Phi Mother-Daughter Christmas Coffee. This event is held after schools are out for the holidays so that our collegiate Pi Phis can attend as well. Lastly, our annual fundraiser Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Kappa Gamma Design Inspirations Preview Party and Luncheon. Started in 1993, our two groups joined forces to establish a joint project and fundraiser for each club.

Now one of the most anticipated events of the spring, Design Inspirations, features tablescape designs by professional and talented designer/decorators. Proceeds from the events are split between the two club's respective charities.

We welcome all Pi Phis in the area and hope you will join us at our next event!