Our Causes

Philanthropy

- President Calvin Coolidge (FIJI at Amherst College, 1895)

United Service Organizations (USO)​

FIJI Fútbol and the Front Row Foundation

Our chapter is proud to host an annual Casino Night raising money for the USO. While over the years the event has taken different forms, each has been dedicated to contributing considerable amounts. In 2016, the chapter raised a record $16,000. With our collective efforts, we hope to break this record in the coming years. Read More

With the help of several other Greek chapters in the TCU community, FIJI sent 370 letters to the Wounded Warrior Project to provide encouraging words towards the service men and women recovering from active duty in 2015. We hope to continue these efforts to honor our veterans who have given so much in the name of freedom.

FIJI Fabrics for Fort Worth

Tau Chi FIJI puts our values into action every year through service projects and fundraising for our philanthropic causes. Below, you can learn more about each of these causes and our work in recent years. Our members believe it is our duty to give back by helping those in need, from veterans to children with illness.

"The greatest place of command is really the place of obedience, and the greatest place of honor is really the place of service."

The Wounded Warrior Project

Learn more at www.uso.org

Our annual FIJI Fabrics clothing drive brings together students from all organizations on campus for a friendly competition to collect clothing for those in need. The clothing that is collected goes to centers around Fort Worth that provide them free or at low-cost to the underprivileged in our city. We are proud to collect several hundred pounds each year in clothing!

Dedicated to Serving Our Community

The Front Row Foundation helps make dream come true every year by providing everlasting memories for those with life-threatening illnesses. Those at the Front Row believe that lifting the human spirit can save lives, and so do we. That's why we started our inaugural FIJI Fútbol in October 2018, a soccer tournament held on campus with all funds going to the foundation.