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Fraternity, sorority students plan a day of service


ASU Greek students
October 22, 2013

ASU fraternity and sorority students are gearing up for a full day of service from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., Oct. 26.

Led by student leaders, the students will serve local agencies, including ASU Preparatory Academy, Walk to Defeat ALS, Making Strides, Tiger Mountain Community Garden, Chandler’s Mayor’s Day of Play, Tempe Street Clean Up and the Foam Fun Run.

Trained student site leaders will also facilitate activities and host discussions about servant leadership and how to make a difference in the community. 

"I am so excited to see more than 750 members of the fraternity and sorority community come together for the benefit of the greater Tempe area," says Brittany Herold, panhellenic vice president of finance. "Each chapter values community service efforts on their own time, and they are now joining together to show their support on National Make A Difference day."

ASU’s fraternities and sororities contributed more than 30,000 community service hours this past academic year. With more than 3,000 undergraduate students participating in more than 50 chapters, the ASU Greek community plays an active role in supporting student success, developing lifelong friendships and enhancing the ASU student experience.