Sigma Alpha Epsilon prides itself on its continued work in philanthropy and community service. We host two main philanthropies, one in the fall semester and one in the spring semester. In the fall we will be hosting our second annual Big Digs Sorority Volleyball Tournament benefiting Children’s Miracle Network. In the spring we co-host Anchor Splash with Delta Gamma Sorority. Anchor Splash is the second largest philanthropy at Purdue, it brings the community together for a friendly swim meet style competition, with the fundraising from the event benefiting the Service for Sight foundation in its efforts to improve the lives of the visually impaired.
Recent Philanthropic Activities:
- Fall 2018 – raised $21,690 huge shout out to Brother Eric Johnson for all his effort
- Fall 2014 most philanthropy dollars raised ($17,457)
- First annual Big Digs Sorority Volleyball Tournament raised over $800
- Re-instituted Paddy Murphy Week in Spring 2015
- A week long philanthropy consisting of community service and other fundraising events
- Raised over $12,000 for Wounded Warrior Project
- Top 3 of 40+ Fraternities with over 400 community service hours for fall 2014
To learn more about Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s philanthropic involvement, contact philanthropy chair Sebastian Bell ’21 by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on Paddy Murphy Week, please contact us a email@example.com.