RPI Fraternity Gives Back
Members of the Theta Chapter of the Chi Phi Fraternity on the RPI campus in Troy could not do many of their usual service projects due to the need for social distancing. The group moved to online support, as a way to give back and make a difference in their community.
We are grateful to the brothers and their friends who collectively raised over $1,000 for Unity House’s COVID-19 Relief Fund. The proceeds from their Go Fund Me campaign will help support needed Unity House programs and services. Demand for Unity House services, especially those that help with life’s essentials, has risen due to the economic fallout of the pandemic.
The group is short on their ambitious goal. If you’d like to help them out by making a donation, head over to their Go Fund Me page or donate directly to Unity House in honor of Phi Chi and we’ll make sure they include it in their grand total.
About the Theta Chapter of the Chi Phi Fraternity
A very old group, the chapter at RPR has esteemed alumni, including George Ferris, inventor of the Ferris wheel, George Wallace, founder of the Denver technology park, and Frank Osborn, designer of Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium. You can read more about the group on their website.