Epsilon Omicron Associate Chapter raises over $5,000 for The Ability Experience

On Thursday, March 31, and Friday, April 1, Epsilon Omicron hosted a 24 hour bike-a-thon, in which the brothers of the fraternity, as well as sisters of the sororities on campus, continuously biked in the center of main campus for 24 hours straight. The event drew an immense crowd and helped to raise support for our newly founded chapter.

To draw in money for The Ability Experience a festival was also hosted which featured a moon bounce, yard games, a concert, and puppies. This ended up being the largest philanthropy event of any fraternity on campus and was also an opportunity for everyone to meet and connect with tons of people on campus!

Tim Ponciano, Philanthropy chair, said that “It was great to see all the brothers come together and bike 24 hours all night, but it was even better knowing that Pi Kappa Phi has made a name for ourselves on campus in just such a short time!”

Epsilon Omicron Chapter is proud to say that $5739.66 was raised for The Ability Experience! This was more than double the amount that was anticipated being raised and beat the goal set by $2500. The event was established as a staple of campus philanthropy life and will surely be a hallmark in the future.