“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” ― Dr. Seuss (SigEp Dartmouth College Alumni)
SigEp believes that service learning plays a foundational role for shaping young men into the leaders of the next generation. It allows undergraduates to work on projects that develop skills lasting a lifetime and better the community. The Georgia Alpha Chapter supports the notion that a healthy awareness of social issues and strong desire to act can make a meaningful impact on the world.
Recent Philanthropy Events
Our SigEp team of 29 brothers challenged eacho ther to raise a total $8,000 for cancer research for St. Baldrick’s annual head shaving event. This challenge was met a exceeded by over $2,000 led by brother Mitch Hotop raising $3,525.
Atlanta Community Food Bank
For brother Pearson Van Horn’s brotherhood event, he organized a group of brothers and partnered with Atlanta Community Food Bank to clear land for a local garden. The garden will give the members of this small community an oasis to escape to and take pride in.
Starry Night Atlanta 8.5K
A group of SigEp brothers joined to help the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation set-up for their anual 8.5K at Centennial Olymmpic Park. Our brothers helped move tents into place, set up the course, and helped set-up and decorate the stage. This was the second year the Georgia Alpha chapter was asked to help out with the race and we look forward to helping out in the future as well.