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Community Service!

April 18, 2013

One of Delta Sigma Pi’s core values is service. Delta Sigma Pi is dedicated to making a difference, because business has both a unique opportunity and a compelling duty to contribute to the larger community. Frequent involvement in the community instills deep feelings of brotherhood while developing business skills.

We want to take the time to thank those who participated in the community service initiatives at LEAD events and throughout the semester. The pop tab collection for the Ronald McDonald House Charity at the Northeastern and Southern LEADs were once again a success! Also in Hartford, school supplies and books were collected for Sandy Hook Elementary School and donations were collected for Mark Mattioli, Connecticut, who lost his son in the Sandy Hook shooting. The Southern Province also collected donations for the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Relay for Life. Attendees in North Central also supported ACS by decorating a playhouse for a local hospital that treats pediatric cancer patients and sold pins to support American Heart Association. The Western Province raised $300 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through a Make a Difference, Make a Drop and a dress down fundraiser.  The South Central LEAD wrote personal letters for Operation Gratitude, which sends service members the letters with donated scarves, paracord bracelets and more. With so much to offer and experience, you should make plans now to participate in the Grand Chapter Congress community service initiatives. The penny war will benefit the Ronald McDonald House and we will also write letters to the troops!

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