At the beginning of each calendar year, the Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council select a community partner for the Million Penny Project. Through a variety of programs and events, the fraternity and sorority community tries to raise and exceed one million pennies ($10,000). This has been a community tradition over the past decade and has helped many in and around the local community. To date, the fraternities and sororities have raised over $100,000 through the Million Penny Project Effort.
This year's recipient is: Hand-Up Foundation of Milton
Past recipients include 2011 - Community Harvest, 2010 - Concern, , 009 - SunCom Industries, 2008 - Hand-Up Foundation of Milton, 2007 - Blue Butterfly Foundation, 2006 - Community Harvest, 2005 - Camp Victory, 2004 - Simon House, 2003 - Bethesda Day Treatment Center, 2003 - Donald Heiter Center, 2000 - Foundation for Student Giving, 1999 - Elizabeth Glaser Foundation
Community Harvest is a weekly hot meal program offering food and fellowship to the people of Milton and the surrounding communities. They prepare and serve nutritious food to approximately 200 individuals. Many of our students support this program through donations and service hours. Please click on the title above to read recent blogs on student experiences.
Wing Fest 2012 was held on April 17. The fraternity and sorority community raised $2,000 for the Hand-Up Foundation.
Fraternity chefs competed to see whose chef would win in a cook-off, with the proceeds benefiting the Million Penny Project.
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