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Boston University Lambda Phi Epsilon Active Status Project

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The active house of Boston University is having a fundraiser through this website in order to gain the support from the alumni to essentially achieve active status by Spring 2013. On behalf of my chapter, it is pretty safe to say that we are working very hard with putting things together and shaping the packet to eventually make it the best we can be.

Throughout this rigorous assignment, nationals expects many different things from us including on-campus programming pictures, letters of recommendations from other organizations, pictures with other chapters around the nation, a video representing who we are as a fraternity, and a display of how tight-knit our chapter is. We already know that we have your full support, and we could always look back to you guys for help and advice. All we ask from each alumni from Boston University out there is to give the active house a small donation in regards to achieving our goals and milestones.

We are already in the process of hosting a concert at the SAC Gym, signing up for dozens of philanthropies around the Greater Boston area, planning dinners for the actives to socialize and bond, and many other collaborations with other on-campus organizations. As a chapter comprised of only 12 active members right now, we are generally low-numbered compared to our competitors and will definitely need your support to be able to do the best we can with this project. WIth that being said, we hope as a chapter to have your support and by Convention 2013, we will be ready to compete with other chapters and successfully achieve what we have strived for since our beginnings.



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