#psptbt: 2015 Day of Giving

Question: What’s the one day of the year where your donation has the biggest impact?
Answer:  The Phi Sigma Pi Day of Giving!

Every year our fraternity comes together for one day of giving in support of programs that further our ideals and values. These programs allow our Chapters and Members to make a difference in their communities and on their campuses. With the 2016 Day of Giving fast approaching (Tuesday, November 29th), we thought we would throw it back to 2015!


With each year we are more and more amazed by the generosity and support of our Members and friends. In 2015 we reached all of our goals and now we’re calling on you to team up with us to achieve our goals again this year. Join us next Tuesday, November 29th, as we aim for these targets:

  • Reach 25 collegiate donors = $250 matching gift from Chris and Ellie Crout (Tau Chapter ‘11 & ‘13)
  • Reach $1,500 raised = $1,000 matching gift from Zach Hummel (Beta Delta ‘11)
  • Reach 50 donors = $500 matching gift from Josh Moore (Epsilon Xi Chapter ‘12)
  • Reach $6,000 raised = $2,000 matching gift from an anonymous donor

Think we can reach these goals? With your support, we know we can! By making a gift you could also win a Ritual & Ceremonies book signed by current and past National Council or a lunch with current National President Matt Nicoletta and past National President Jonah Goodman. Be sure to join the Facebook event for a giving reminder and to keep up with our progress throughout the day!

The 2016 Phi Sigma Pi Day of Giving runs from 12:01 am on Tuesday, November 29th to midnight on Tuesday, November 29th. All donations are tax deductible and should be made on the Foundation’s donation page. Thank you for your support!


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