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Texas Christian University
In 2016 the chapter raised $16,000 for the USO from Casino Night. We have set high goals for the every future Pig Dinner with the expectation to break the previous year’s record in both money raised and attendance. With our collective efforts, we can help raise $20,000 for a great cause while enjoying a memorable night this year.
All donations are tax-deductible, and extremely welcome and appreciated. We ask that you make your donation transaction at the 2017 FIJI Casino Night Website.
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 directly to those who need it in the Fort Worth community. We are proud to collect several hundred pounds a year in clothing!
Letters to Wounded Warriors Project:
With the help of several fraternities and sororities in the TCU Greek community, FIJI sent 370 letters to the Wounded Warriors Project to provide encouraging words towards the service men and women recovering from active duty in 2015.
USO (United Service Organization)
Millions of times each year at hundreds of locations around the world, the USO lifts the spirits of America’s troops and their families. Phi Gamma Delta has a proud partnership with the USO, and chapters around the country support its efforts through philanthropic events as well as service opportunities at nearby centers.
Making Wishes with Front Row Foundation
The Front Row Foundation helps make dreams come true every year by providing everlasting memories for those with life-threatening illnesses. Those at Front Row believe that lifting the human spirit can help save lives, and so do we. That's why we started our inaugural Fiji Futbol on October 2018, with all funds going straight to the foundation to help those who need it the most.