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How Kappa Kappa Gamma Tracks Volunteer Service Hours in their Community


56 Taylor Kessock is the Philanthropy Chair for Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. Taylor uses Track it Forward to log her chapter’s philanthropy hours and uses the hours to show proof of community involvement. The University of South Carolina requires reporting from each sorority chapter on the number of hours contributed and the type of work completed at the end of each semester.


Kappa Kappa Gamma volunteers with organizations such as Relay 4 Life, Leukemia Lymphoma Society, as well as local soup kitchens and after-school reading programs. These events are categorized as activities in Track it Forward, for example:


“If they want our numbers of how many people volunteered at a soup kitchen, I can just give them that. I don’t have to go through and add up every girl’s hours individually,” Taylor says. “It’s really easy with Track it Forward.”


With almost 350 members each completing at least 20 hours per semester, there are a whole lot of hours to keep track of.  Another perk about Track it Forward is that, “People are just more accountable during the semester for logging and completing their hours,” says Taylor. Instead of putting it off or forgetting to keep track of hours, everyone is held accountable.


Taylor loves having all of the information in one place, being able to see how much service is being done collectively, and being able to give credit to the work that’s been done. In her free time, Taylor volunteers for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and helps kids with after-school reading programs, and is active in student government. She is an International Business Major at the University of South Carolina.