As a fraternity, we are committed to giving back to our community and making a positive impact. Each year, we host a variety of events and projects to raise funds and support local organizations. One of our largest and most popular events is the annual Spring Crawfish Boil. This event brings together members of the fraternity, the Boys and Girls Club, and the Georgetown community for a day of food, fun, and fundraising. All proceeds from the Crawfish Boil go directly to supporting the Boys and Girls Club, an organization that provides after-school programming and support for children in need.

In addition to the Crawfish Boil, we also host smaller events throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for different causes. One of these events is “Pie-A-Pike,” where members of the fraternity “pie” each other in the face with whipped cream, and attendees can purchase tickets to participate or watch. All proceeds from “Pie-A-Pike” go to a chosen charitable organization.

We also believe in the importance of giving back through service. Each semester, we organize service projects on campus and in the local community to remove trash and beautify the area with plants. These projects allow us to make a tangible difference in the lives of others and build relationships within our community.

Thank you for visiting our philanthropy page. We are proud of the impact we have made and will continue to make through these events and projects. If you would like to get involved or learn more about our philanthropy program, please do not hesitate to contact us.