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Pike Did Philanthropy the Right Way with Their Firefighter Challenge

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October 11th, 2017

This years Pike Firefighter Challenge was the most successful philanthropy event in University of Arizona Greek life history. The Pike brothers, along with tons of student support, raised over $22,000. In the past they’ve teamed up with the Tucson fire department to raise money for the Embers of Hope Charity, but this year they raised money for Hurricane Harvey victims.

 

Sororities participate throughout a whole week of events, such as finding Pikes on campus and taking pictures with them for Instagram challenges and purchasing American Monarchy apparel at the bookstore (20% of all proceeds went to charity). Huge shout out to Gamma Phi Beta for taking home the W!

PFC 2017' CHAMPS🏆♥️ We have had the BEST week helping raise money for Hurricane Harvey ! HUGE shoutout to @uapike for an amazing philanthropy week🔥

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Use code “collegeweekly” at checkout on American Monarchy and we’ll donate 20% to Hurricane Harvey Victims.

Watch the recap video made by our very own College Weekly Campus Director, Lanre.

 

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One response to “Pike Did Philanthropy the Right Way with Their Firefighter Challenge”

  1. Clara Akomolafe says:

    Congratulations PIKES! It is an honor to be part of the great UofA community. As a parent, knowing our students are raising money for such a noble cause, is a reason to feel very proud. The record amount raised this year will definitely help people in need in the aftermath of hurricane Harvey. Thank you PIKES, entire student body, parents and families for working together to make a difference.

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