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Philanthropy

One of our most important goals as the premiere Jewish fraternity is to give back to others through philanthropic endeavors. Alpha Epsilon Pi Brothers in chapters all over the world practice the Jewish ideal of "Tikkun Olam," or "Repairing the World". Although the Jewish community is spread around the world, AEPi's International Repair The World Fund allows us to contribute in a larger and more widespread manner. The Repair the World Fund currently supports 10 Beneficiaries: BBYO, B’nai B’rith’s Disaster Relief Program, Gift of Life, Heroes to Heroes, Israel Children’s Cancer Foundation, IDF Widows & Orphans Organization, Innovation: Africa, MadaTech Museum, Simon Wiesenthal Center, and Birthright Israel.

 

For more information about our national beneficiaries or to make a tax-deductible donation to the AEPi Foundation, please follow this link:  http://www.aepigivesback.org/iota-upsilon.

 

Every year we host an event called Dog Days. Dog Days is a five day event where the brothers of AEPi sell kosher hot dogs around campus. There is always high energy, and the event has grown substantially every year. The proceeds from our event go to the AEPi Foundation. 

 

The Brothers of the Iota Upsilon Chapter greatly appreciate your interest in supporting such meaningful causes.