Fraternity & Sorority Life Philanthropy

Social Justice and COVID-19 Philanthropy

$100,00+
total donated
$85,000
social justice organizations
$25,000
COVID-19 relief



Donations to Social Justice Organizations

  • Anti-Racism Fund
  • Attic Youth Center
  • Black and Brown Workers Cooperative
  • Black Lives Matter (local, national, global)
  • Black Trans Fund
  • Breonna Taylor Memorial Fund
  • Campaign Zero
  • Know Your Rights Campaign
  • Loveland Foundation
  • Morris Home
  • NAACP Legal Defence Fund
  • Philadelphia Bail Fund
  • Project HOME Philadelphia
  • Reclaim the Block

Donations to COVID-19 Relief

  • American Red Cross
  • CDC Foundation
  • Direct Relief Fund
  • Domestic Violence Hotline
  • Feed America
  • Helping Hands
  • Keep Kids Learning
  • Meals for the Front Line Workers at Penn Presbyterian
  • Philabundance
  • Philadelphia COVID-19 Fund

Social Justice Fundraising Snapshot:

Alpha Epsilon Pi ΑΕΠ
Raised money to benefit Philabundance, Philadelphia’s largest hunger-relief organization. Asking people to `support their favorite brothers of AEPi as they participate in this no-shave challenge and let their hair grow crazy during quarantine! Their fundraiser for Philabundance raised $1,726.


Delta Delta Delta ΔΔΔ
Launched combined fundraiser and educational campaign on their social media accounts benefitting the Anti-Racism Fund (started by DDD UPenn alum Sesana Allen ’18). They published and reposted educational materials on the topic of antiracism, systemic racism, particularly in Greek life, intersectionality, racial bias on college campuses in the lead up to Juneteenth. They also came together as a chapter to write, vote on, and pass a pledge committing our organization to work on six pillars of improvement. They raised over $11,200 for the ARF.


Lambda Theta Alpha ΛΘΑ
Through money boards that Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. placed on each chapter member’s story and the chapter IG story. With a partnership with their brother fraternity at Temple. They encouraged their followers to donate to “fill out chart”, placing their IG handles in the slots for the amount donated. After 48 hrs, they collected $530 to donate to the Philadelphia COVID-19 fund.