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Panhellenic Council Philanthropy

Below is a list of each Panhellenic chapter and specific organizations they partner with and events put on during the school year to help raise money or awareness.

Alpha Chi Omega:

  • Alpha Chi Omega Foundation which supports educational programs for victims of domestic violence such as the Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence

  • MSU Safe Place

  • Volley against violence in the spring and Walk-A-Mile in the fall 

Alpha Omicron Pi:

  • Juvenile arthritis, Arthritis and related diseases

  • Arthritis Foundation 

Alpha Phi:

  • Alpha Phi Foundation which benefits research and educational programs that support Cardiac health

Alpha Xi Delta:

  • Autisms Speaks, which benefits Autism research, awareness, and helping out families with members diagnosed with Autism.

  • Autism Speaks Walk

  • Football Frenxi Tournament in the fall

Chi Omega:

  • Make-A-Wish foundation that grants wishes to children with life threatening diseases.

Delta Gamma:

  • Service for Sight, which is an organization that aids those who are visually impaired.

 Gamma Phi Beta:

  • National philanthropy is Girls on the Run, which provides experiences and resources that build spiritual, mental, and social resiliency in girls.

Kappa Alpha Theta:

  • National philanthropy is CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. This organization utilizes trained community volunteers to speak on behalf of an abused and neglected child in court.

  • Kicks for CASA Soccer Tournament each year

  • KAT at Bat Baseball Tournament each year

 Kappa Delta:

  • Confidence Coalition

  • Girl Scouts of America

  • Prevent Child Abuse America

  • Historically they support orthopedic research awards and the Children’s Hospital of Richmond, Virginia.

Kappa Kappa Gamma:

  • Reading is Fundamental

  • Kappa Kappa Gamma foundation which gives financial gifts and magazine subscription sales to help fund scholarships, confidential aid, education and training, and support of their two museums.

  • Very Hungry Kappapillar event every year

 Pi Beta Phi:

  • Read>Lead>Achieve, which believes in the power reading and helping children accomplish literacy. Also supports the Literacy Fund  which is critical to the success of Read>Lead>Achieve.

  • Broomball in the spring and Spaghetti Dinner in the fall

Sigma Delta Tau:

  • Prevent Child Abuse America

  • Women for Women International

  • Jewish Women International

Sigma Kappa:

  • Supports Alzheimer’s Disease and Gerontology research through the Sigma Kappa Foundation

  • The Main Sea Coast Mission

  • Inherit the Earth

Zeta Tau Alpha:

  • Operates under the Think Pink umbrella, which includes the American Cancer Society, National Football League and Bring Pink.

  • ZTA works in conjunction with these national organizations to further research and awareness for breast cancer.