Phi Kappa Phi today announced the recipients of the 2019 Fall Service Project Awards. Chapters were encouraged to partner with a community organization to complete a service project with a literacy-focused cause. The chapters selected for the awards included:
Service projects this year included collecting and delivering books to schools, providing cyber security training to residents of a retirement home, educating Girl Scouts on the importance of research and scholarly inquiry, and creating oyster mats that remove impurities from water naturally.
The national office will provide a $200 monetary contribution to each chapter’s partner community organization. More information on the Fall Service Projects will be available in the spring edition of Forum, Phi Kappa Phi’s quarterly magazine.
If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Lowery, chapter development director.