This year's Relay For Life was a success for Lambda Chi Alpha. The event took place in the Alumni Sports & Recreation Center on April 5, 2019 and was hosted by Colleges against Cancer. Our brothers were able to raise upwards of $1,200 in the annual event. Our team's success would not be possible without the dedication from our Relay Captain, Jack Palmeri, and all of the brothers who donated and actively participated in the event. Hopefully next year we can raise even more for the fight against cancer!
This March, the brothers of the Epsilon Eta chapter partnered with the Hope 7 Food pantry in Troy to raise food for families who are in need. Together, we were able to 669 pounds of food for the food bank. This event’s success would not have been possible without the organization and execution from Christopher Reed, our High Theta, and all of the brothers who assisted with the tag distribution and food collection!
This spring the brothers of the Epsilon Eta chapter partnered with the Hope 7 Food pantry in Troy to raise food for families who are in need. More than 60 brothers participated and we were able to raise 1,957 lbs of food for the food bank.
This year's Relay For Life was a huge success for Lambda Chi Alpha. The brothers were able to raise upwards of $4,900 in the annual event. We achieved our goal by holding events such as Lambda Chai, Fat Sandwiches, and from generous donations from our brothers. Our team's success wouldn't be possible without the dedication from Thomas Gall, our High Theta, and all of the brothers who helped fund raise and participated in the event. Hopefully next year we can raise even more for the fight against cancer!
This year's Relay For Life was a huge success for Lambda Chi Alpha. The brothers were able to raise upwards of $6100 in the annual event. At the event brothers sold Chai Tea, nicknamed Lambda Chai, as well as participated in other teams' activities. While at the event, brothers came in 2nd in the indoor soccer tournament which occurred in the middle of the relay. Our team's success wouldn't be possible without the dedication from Sukhjinder Singh, our High Theta, and all of the brothers who helped fund raise and participated in the event. Hopefully next year we can aim for an even higher goal!
The Brothers of Epsilon Eta are selling Yuda Bands to support sending Edson Chinyangana to school. Each band costs 7 dollars and all proceeds will go directly towards his education.
Edson Chinyanganya is a boy raised in Africa by a single mother alsong with 2 other siblings. His mother is currently unemployed and his family earns very little money. The entire family lives in one room and his mother cannot continue to pay for Edson's education. Edson aspires to be a doctor when he grows up and loves to play cricket and soccer in the little spare time that he has as well as go to church.
If you would like to support Edson but cannot make it to purchase a bracelet on campus, you can donate using the link below.
On February 25th brothers held our second annual Fat Sandwiches event at the house where we made Fat Sandwiches to sell to the local community. We we're able to raise a total of $1322 in just under 3 hours of selling sandwiches! The Fat Brandon was the highest selling sandwich, selling a total of 47 sandwiches, and a total of 154 sandwiches were sold all together! Thanks to Evan Schulze for planning the event and all of the other brothers who helped to cook food, make sandwiches, deliver them, and supported the event.
All of the money raised was donated to Relay for Life putting our chapter at a total of $3489 and pushing us into first place on campus ahead of The Relay Committee ($1894) and Alpha Gamma Delta ($1220). If you would like to make a donation to our chapter and support the fight against cancer, click the link below.
Fat Sandwiches is back on February 25th! Make sure to check out the flyer for all relevant information pertaining to the event. Last year, our Spring Class of 2016 hosted this event as their class philanthropic event and it was a huge success. They were able to raise over $1000 for Relay for Life in a matter of hours. If you want to help make it a success this year make sure to order your Sandwich this Saturday! If you would like to donate to Relay for Life in general, you can use the link below. (All proceeds go towards our Relay for Life total and towards the American Cancer Society).
This year, the brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha and the sisters of Alpha Phi held the 4th annual Strike out Strokes event at Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy, NY. The event was a success and 11 teams participated in the bowling, competing for Ben & Jerry's gift cards. In the end almost $500 was raised for the American Stroke Association. RPI's Ski Lodge (Phi Kappa Theta) won the team prize and one of our own, Matthew Clopeck '17, won the individual prize. Thanks to everyone who came out to the event and supported the American Stroke Association!
Every year Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute hosts a Relay for Life walk in the Armory. Lambda Chi Alpha has been a part of this relay for many years and hosts various events throughout the semester to raise money for the American Cancer Society. This year the brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha have planned on bringing back many of those past events. Our weekly event to help raise money is called "Lambda Cocoa" where free hot chocolate is given out to students in return for donations to our relay for life total. In addition to this, the brothers plan to bring back the very successful "Fat Sandwiches" philanthropy event from the Spring 2016 semester. This event raised over $1000 for cancer research in a short 2 hours. Two separate dates are being planned for this event with an increased supply of food and more volunteers to help raise money. In addition to these events, brothers will be canning outside stores, raising money on their own, and a host of other things in order to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Help us reach our Goal of $6000 this year by donating below!