Many of us have experienced significant change these past few months — SigEp certainly has. The Fraternity had to reimagine everything about how we support the undergraduate experience and empower chapter leaders to overcome the unique challenges they’re facing.
One of those young leaders is Ian Locke, president of Nevada Alpha at Nevada-Reno, who shared: “It was the resources we were given and the connections we made with other chapters digitally that has made the fall, so far, insanely successful.”
Because of the support of brothers and friends like you, we’ve quadrupled the reach of the Ruck Leadership Institute, developing one of the best prepared and supported cohorts of chapter leaders in the Fraternity’s history. In monthly training sessions for executive officers, we’ve seen renewed energy and creative problem-solving through collaboration across chapters. Through our career coaching program, we’ve seen undergraduates’ restored confidence in their professional futures as they connect with alumni willing to share their experience and expertise.
These experiences are impacting every single SigEp undergraduate, and because of the dedicated and personalized support they’re receiving, our young men and chapters are thriving in this unprecedented year.
As we look toward the spring, we know pandemic-related challenges will continue, and the need for the connection and development SigEp provides will be greater than ever. As our young men head home for the holiday break, they need to be able to tell their families and friends how SigEp was a source of strength, and that they’re excited to be back with their chapter in the spring. Will you help by making a gift? Your one-time or recurring gift will go directly to reaching more men with the SigEp experience.
Together we can give our brothers an experience that is far and away better than anything else on campus — an experience that strengthens their love for SigEp because the Fraternity was there for them when they needed it. With that in mind, please join thousands around the country in sharing the gift of brotherhood this year.
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Don’t forget! Under the CARES Act, the federal government is incentivizing charitable giving before the end of 2020. If you’re itemizing, there is no limit on the amount of tax-deductible charitable donations. And if you’re taking the standard deduction, $300 in 2020 charitable donations are tax-deductible.