That is the question on many volunteers, alumni, and member’s minds when considering the challenges facing our brotherhood right now. The truth is that between the impact on spring recruitment, and the cost of implementing a robust remote support and learning infrastructure, and the severe financial difficulties faced by our communities, chapters, and campuses, every corner of the Phi Kappa Sigma organization is feeling the strain. Without action, the fraternity’s work to improve our brothers’ educational experience is at risk.
Once a Phi Kap, Always a Phi Kap. One of the fraternity’s oldest and proudest ideals, this principle states that the fraternity should benefit brothers’ lives beyond the classroom and campus. The International Headquarters needs our help to keep making this a reality.
You have been there for your brothers and chapters before, and your time or treasure helped it remain one of the best experiences an undergraduate can have during their tenure. Today, we ask for your renewed support so that Phi Kappa Sigma can continue its support when our chapters need it the most.
Our brotherhood is the process that creates the leaders of tomorrow and spearheads the next generation’s initiative to transform lives around the world. Your support of these young men provides resources for the fraternity and bolsters the students with the operational support to fuel the future of our chapters.
The organization’s future itself. Your enduring dedication means everything to the organization’s future.
Please give today if you are able. You can directly support Phi Kappa Sigma staff and programs through this special COVID Response Fund. You can also support the organization’s success initiatives through funds such as the Mitchell Heritage Society, the Phi Kappa Sigma Foundation, or chapter specific giving. Every gift, of any size, makes a sustainable difference.
The Phi Kappa Sigma International Board
New Hampshire ’06
R. Philip Petrowski
UMass – Lowell ’10
Hamilton “Toby” Smith
Northern Illinois ’01
Illinois Tech ’07
George Mason ‘14
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