Well known for its uniqueness and high spirit, the Plainfield Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. prides itself on building on the foundation of its founders. Embracing the Zeta legacy enables these women to build on past traditions of service, education, and community outreach. The chapter was chartered on March 17, 1972, to serve the city of Plainfield and its surrounding communities.
The charter line consisted of Minnie R. Gray, Elizabeth Thompson, Lula Crawford, Jacqueline White, Evelyn Crawford and Marie Lattimore. Since its inception, Eta Omicron Zeta has initiated numerous programs that promote service, empowerment, and scholarship. As a result, our service area expanded to include Union and Upper Middlesex counties.