Feeding starving kids with Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity at Illinois

The Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity at Illinoiss during their MobilePack event in 2016

Every day, an estimated 6,200 children around the world die from hunger-related illnesses. In a country like the United States, where we have so much food, it’s hard to imagine how this is possible. Since 2016, Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity at the University of Illinois has been doing their part to address this crisis through their … Read moreFeeding starving kids with Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity at Illinois

Alpha Tau Omega at Troy walks 128.3 miles for wounded veterans

Alpha Tau Omega brothers during their Walk Hard event

Walk Hard, the philanthropic journey from Alpha Tau Omega, started in the spring of 2009 with a simple idea: “Let’s walk until we can’t walk anymore.” It’s been eight years since three young men set out to walk the 128.3 miles from Troy, Alabama to Panama City Beach, Florida. In that time, the chapter has … Read moreAlpha Tau Omega at Troy walks 128.3 miles for wounded veterans

Alpha Sigma Phi at BGSU comforts grieving families

Build A Bear For Moms with Alpha Sigma Phi at BGSU

“You are braver than you know!” That’s what Kelly Gerken, founder of Sufficient Grace Ministries, often tells the young men of Alpha Sigma Phi at Bowling Green State University. Since 2013, the odd couple — a fraternity and a ministry — have paired up every December to raise money and awareness for families suffering perinatal loss. … Read moreAlpha Sigma Phi at BGSU comforts grieving families

Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Carnegie Mellon raised $579,000 for ALS research

In the spring of 2014, long-time Sigma Alpha Epsilon advisor Bob Dax was diagnosed with ALS. Devastated by the news, the Brothers dedicated their 2014 philanthropy, Donut Dash, to Bob and set their sights on raising $100,000 for ALS research that year. This is the story of how they reached that goal and, ultimately, raised … Read moreSigma Alpha Epsilon at Carnegie Mellon raised $579,000 for ALS research