Founded 1845 | Yale University

 
Close

Site Map

November 2014

Fourth Annual Founders Day Challenge Is Launched 



CARMEL, Indiana
(Nov. 3) - Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity's Fourth Annual Founders Day Challenge has launched in honor of our founding 169 years ago.

This year's Founders Day Challenge is being led by our Honorary Chairmen: Kevin Garvey (Past Grand Senior President, Past Foundation Board Chairman and Past Executive Director of the Fraternity and Foundation), Greg Kroencke (Past Foundation Board Chairman), Bob Kutz (Grand Historian), Bryan Proctor (Grand Senior President), Rich Ritter (Past Grand Senior President), Drew Thawley (Past Fraternity and Foundation President and CEO), and Steve Zizzo (Foundation Board Chairman). Please join these volunteers in supporting our Fraternity through this year’s Founders Day Challenge.

All gifts made through December 31st will be applied to the Founders Day Challenge. This past year, the Alpha Sigma Phi Foundation granted over $525,000 to the Fraternity to help pay for our leadership programs such as Grand Chapter, Elevate: National Leadership Conference, Academy of Leadership, and Better Man Weekend. Gifts from generous brothers and volunteers have made it possible for over 1,600 undergraduates to participate in our industry leading programming and for dozens of undergraduates and graduates to receive merit and needs based scholarships. With more men on more campuses than ever before, the support of our alumni is so important. The Founders Day Challenge is the primary way we raise money to continue to Better the World through Better Men so please consider participating.

Many alumni and parents contribute $169 and Undergraduates $20, however, all gifts are important and make a difference as they help us get closer to our goal! Make your tax deductible gift today!


 

Put Webinar IV: Officer Transition, On Your Calendar



CARMEL, Indiana (Nov. 5) - Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity Staff will be hosting November's Webinar IV on Officer Transition. This webinar will help your chapter or colony make a smooth transition as its officers shift.

Webinar IV will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. EST.

Also, reference our Tips and Retreat Agenda For Officer Transition prior to elections.

To access the Webinar, navigate to www.anymeeting.com/alphasigmaphi at the aforementioned time.


 

Founders Day Challenge Committee Members Announced

CARMEL, Indiana (Nov. 10) - Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity's Fourth Annual Founders Day Challenge in full swing in honor of our founding 169 years ago.

This year's Founders Day Challenge Committee Members are as follows: 

Aaron Bullock, Terry Matthews, Aaron Cisco, Aaron Dau, Dan Braun, Jeff Schwind, Mike Betz, Alex Kefaloukos, An Truong, Andrew Felbinger, Andrew Weiner, Craig "Codge" Snyder, Bernie Schulz, Bo Evans, Brad Ezell, Brent Bowers, Brian Jump, Brian Thomas, Byron Hughes, Carmen DiTurno, Chaz Glick, Chris Musbach, Christian Collett, Dan Ward, Danny Dressler, Dave Yonenson, Doug Jones, Drew Davis, Ed Leedom, Ed Lenane, Elliott Stone, Enzo Pivirotto, Eric Allen, Eugene O'Donnell, Evan Geiselhart, Frank Bartoli, Gary Fitzgerald, Greg Ghirardi, James McMahon, James Milner, Jason Hinson Nolen, Jeff Cartwright, Jeff Fischers, Jeffrey Hoffman, Jeffrey Brehmer, Jeremy Horne, Jeremy White, Jim McCornock, Jim Vanek, Joe Zimmerman, John Chaney, John Tilden, Jon Heyboer, Josh Cupp, Josh Curry, Josh Franke (Salem St.), Josh Franke (Otterbein), Josh Pawley, Justin LaRoche, Kevin Konecny, Kyle Chittim, Larry Spees, Luther Campbell, Matt Maurer, Matt Palmiere, Michael Rust, Mike DiCocco, Mike Murphy, Mike Waters, Mike Young, Phil Tack, Richie Myers, Rick Deale, Rick Dexter, Rob Sheehan, Rodney Rusk, Ron Graham, Ron Merrell, Rus Livingood, Ryan Bakita, Sam Patel, Sam Locke, Sean Van Aacken, Stan Miller, Steve Latour, Tanner Pike, Tom Brown, Wes Owen, Will Lasher and Quincy Williams.

All gifts made through December 31st will be applied to the Founders Day Challenge. This past year, the Alpha Sigma Phi Foundation granted over $525,000 to the Fraternity to help pay for our leadership programs such as Grand Chapter, Elevate: National Leadership Conference, Academy of Leadership, and Better Man Weekend. Gifts from generous brothers and volunteers have made it possible for over 1,600 undergraduates to participate in our industry leading programming and for dozens of undergraduates and graduates to receive merit and needs based scholarships. With more men on more campuses than ever before, the support of our alumni is so important. The Founders Day Challenge is the primary way we raise money to continue to Better the World through Better Men so please consider participating.

Many alumni and parents contribute $169 and Undergraduates $20, however, all gifts are important and make a difference as they help us get closer to our goal! Make your tax deductible gift today!

 

 

 

In this section