Phi Kappa Tau via Crowdrise
May 25, 2012
Phi Kappa Tau: To Champion a Lifelong Committment to Brotherhood, Learning, Ethical Leadership, and Exemplary Character.
Rechartered in 1986 after several years of inactivity, Alpha Alpha the MSU Chapter is a strong chapter of about 50 involved individuals. Phi Kappa Tau is build on tradition, brotherhood, leadership, and diversity. We stress involvement in all aspects of college life - social, academic, athletic, and philanthropic.
The Hole in the Wall Gang is Phi Kappa Tau's national charity, founded by our most famous alumnus, Paul Newman (Ohio '43). It has been our national philanthropy since 1995. The Hole in the Wall Camps were developed to provide children ages 7 to 17 who battle chronic and life threatening illnesses with the opportunity to have a normal summer camp experience. Thousands of children attend every year, free of charge, for one week to forget about their illness and just be kids!
Although Phi Kappa Tau is a social fraternity, we still give back to the community and we need your support! Please sponsor us and this important children's charity - the Hole in the Wall Gang! It's easy - to donate just click on the BIG DONATE button to your right.
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