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Today's service projects are those of Pi Kappa Phi! Closely tied to Pi Kapps philanthropy the Ability Experience is their service project the Journey of Hope. Journey of Hope is bicycle trek with teams starting in San Francisco, Seattle, and Los Angeles, and ending together in Washington DC. All of this is done in an effort to raise money and awareness for people with disabilities. Teams ride an average of 75 miles a day and annually raise close to $500,000 a year for this cause. As well other service projects of Pi Kappa Phi include Build America and Gear up Florida

Next up is fraternity service projects and events! Today is Phi Beta Sigma whose service project is helping with project vote and local community voter drives. They help to primarily spread voter awareness, provide information on registration, and drive communities to vote and understand the importance of doing so. Phi Beta Sigma has made a big impact in our community, and will continue to do so through project vote

Today's philanthropy and the last of the philanthropy posts is that of Theta Chi, the USO! The United Service Organizations Inc. is a nonprofit organization that provides live entertainment and other programs and support to members of the armed forces and their families. Founded on February 4, 1941 by Franklin Roosevelt, the USO now has over 30,000 volunteers

Today's philanthropy is that of both Phi Mu Delta and Tau Kappa Epsilon, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital! Founded in 1962, St. Jude children's hospital is a pediatric treatment and research facility focused on children's catastrophic diseases. As a nonprofit medical corporation, it treats its patients free of charge, and has helped the lives of thousands of families

Today's philanthropy is that of Phi Mu Alpha! Alphas philanthropy is primarily music programs in public schools, yet they also help out at locations such as Brookdale Grayson View, a local senior living facility. Phi Mu Alpha donates and sings/performs to events at locations such as this every semester to promote and aid local music programs

Next up for philanthropies is March of Dimes, the philanthropy of Phi Beta Sigma! Founded on January 3, 1938 by Franklin Roosevelt, March of Dimes is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. The current President is Stacey Stewart and its headquarters is in White Plains, NY

Continuing with our November social media campaign, next up is organizations philanthropies! Today's philanthropy is that of Pi Kappa Phi, which is The Ability Experience. Every week Pi Kapp works with the Snyder county Special Olympics by helping the athletes train and providing support. As well at the end of the year Pi Kappa Phi gives a portion of their total earnings from fundraisers and donations to help pay for their equipment and transportation expenses. The organization itself was founded in 1977 by Durward Owen and Thomas Sayre

Last up for our chapter and bios is Theta Chi (Beta Omega)! The "Spuds" started on campus on December 12, 1942, and was founded nationally on April 10, 1856 by Frederick Norton Freeman and Arthur Chase at Norwich University in Norwich, Vermont. Thetas motto is "an assisting hand", their symbol is a rattlesnake, and their colors are military red and white

Next for chapter and bios is Tau Kappa Epsilon (Iota Beta)! Tau Kappa Epsilon began at SU on May 19, 1962, and nationally on January 10, 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University by James McNutt, Clarence Mayer, Joseph Settles, Charles Atkinson, and Owen Truitt. Some fun facts about tke are that their symbol is an equilateral triangle and their motto is "better men for a better world".

Today's IFC chapter and bio is Phi Mu Delta (Mu Alpha)! The "muds" began at SU in 1924, and was created nationally on March 1, 1918 at the Universities of Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Vermont. They have 16 chapters nationally, their colors are white and black, and their founding principles are democracy, service, and brotherhood

Next for IFC chapter and bio is Phi Mu Alpha (Sinfonia) Lambda Beta! Phi Mu Alpha is the largest music fraternity in the world with more than 150,000 members and chapters on over 200 American campuses. Phi Mu Alpha began at SU on April 26, 1976, and began nationally on October 6, 1898 by Ossian Everett Mills. Some fun facts about the "Alphas" are that their flower is the chrysanthemum and their colors are red black and gold

Today's chapter and bio is Phi Beta Sigma (Gamma Beta Alpha) Beginning in Washington, DC at Howard University on the 9th of January 1914, Phi Beta Sigma was created by three African American male students with nine other Howard students as charter members. It's founders are: Leonard Morse, Langston Taylor, and Charles Brown. "Sigmas" motto is "culture for service and service for humanity", and its symbol is a dove. Lastly, Phi Beta Sigma began on campus on March 16, 2008

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