At college campuses nationwide each Panhellenic sorority has their own notable national philanthropy. Each chapter raises awareness for through various philanthropy events during the year.
Miami University's Panhellenic community raised almost $68,699 in the 2017 Spring Semester, alone for their respective chapter philanthropies.
Some of the most notable Chapter Philanthropies include:
Delta Gamma - Anchor Splash = $5,779 for Service for Sight
Zeta Tau Alpha - Purse-uit of a Cure = $3,831 for Bright Pink (Breast Cancer Awareness)
Chi Omega = Granted 2 wishes for Make-A-Wish Foundation in 2017
Alpha Phi - Cardiac Care Week = $10,000 for American Heart Association
Delta Zeta - POTH (Putting On The Hits) = $20,645 for St. Rita's School for the Deaf\
Chapter Interested in Holding a Philanthropy Event?
Curious on the Miami University Greek Philanthropy Guidelines?
Find the Miami University
Panhellenic Association & Inter-Fraternity Council
Philanthropy Guidelines in the document below.
The two main service opportunities for the entire Greek community are Greek Spring Clean & Greek Service. They are open to all members of the Greek community to take part in service events and give back to Oxford and its surrounding areas
Some of the service events include picking up trash in parks, cleaning playgrounds, and other opportunities with the 19 different local organizations we pair with.
Circle of Sisterhood is the national philanthropy for the National Panhellenic Conference. Every sorority woman is a member of Circle of Sisterhood. Visit the Miami University Circle of Sisterhood chapter page below.
Miami University's Panhellenic Association and IFC were recognized and awarded by the Oxford Community Blood Center in Spring 2017! The Greek community was recognized as a Gold Partner - Awarded for accomplishing 95-99% of the blood drive collection goals!
Special thanks to all who supported this effort to make an impact in the local Butler County community.
Vice President of Community Service & Engagement