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     We encourage SERVICE. We have the ability, the opportunity, and the duty to serve our fellow human beings. Our reward is the satisfaction that comes from serving. One of the best things about being a member of Phi Gamma Delta is the number of opportunities you will have over the next several years to make your brotherhood work for the benefit of those around you. Members of Phi Gamma Delta choose to make service an important part of the fraternity experience.

Amount Raised For Academic Year: $7,182

Community Service Hours For Academic Year:







Service and Philanthropy is something Pi Iota's hold close to our hearts. In the past, Pi Iota Brothers have held events to support and aid our community. Some being the 2016 Ice Bucket Challenge raising $78,000 for ALS in memory of Brother Rubin, Graduate Brothers have also continued to give back to the WPI community, noting Brother Foise's 40 Million Dollar donation to WPI. Service has and always be part of our lives. Mighty Proud!  

Smoothies for USO

This past D term Pi Iota brothers and Theta Chi Brothers held a joint fundraiser at the fountain selling smoothies for the United Service Organization

FIJI Hot Pepper Challenge

Pi Iota Brothers participated in this year's Hot Pepper Challenge; an event set to raise money for ALS Therapy Development Institute. The Chapter raised 1330 dollars for the ALS TDI this year! 

St. Baldrick’s Fundraiser

Brother Peterson participated in SigEp’s annual St. Baldrick’s fundraiser at WPI, raising money for childhood cancer research with other members of the campus community.

Work On Worcester

For the whole day in September, Pi Iota worked at the Mass Audubon Broad Meadow Brook, to help clean up the environment by clearing hiking paths and washing down the facilities.


Proud PI IOTA/FIJIs took turns sitting on the dunk tank platform to raise funds and awareness for the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI) in memory of Brother Steve Rubin. With the contributions of the Graduate Brothers and the community, the event raised  $3,300 for ALS research.

Making Strides Against Cancer

Pi Iota Brothers assisted with Worcester's Making Strides against Breast Cancer walk in Institute Park, which included 3,000 supporters and raised over $180,000.  Brothers also painted the rock in support and had friends, families, and participants “tag” the rock.

Mr. Heartthrob

Brothers of Pi Iota participated in the Mr. Heart Throb philanthropy event put on by Alpha Phi. With the amazing serenading skills of new member Zach Stone, FIJI took home the Judge's Choice Award. Since the first Mr. Heartthrob three years ago, Pi Iota has one either the Judge's Choice or Largest Donor Award at the event. #BackToBackWinners #excellence

9/11  and ALS Ribbions

On September 11th and November, 11th Brothers and Sisters of Phi Sigma Sigma sold ribbons to support our troops through USO and the ALS Foundation in memory of Brother Rubin '74.


Freshman Move In

In collaboration with the Greek Community, Pi Iota Brothers came out a bit early for the year to come help freshman students move into their dorms for New Student Orientation. Good Luck! 

Rough Ruck

This past D term Brother Seitz '19 placed 5th in the Tough Ruck, a 26.2-mile race with a 45lb rucksack on his back. The race raised money for the families of fallen servicemen/women


This past D Term Brother Mayer '21, represented FIJI at MR. WPI. By raising the second most money of all the participants, Brother Mayer was able to participate in the pageant for MR.WPI. Aiming to raise money for the ALS Foundation 

Contact Us

Do you have a great idea for philanthropy or have an event you need assistance with? Send us a message and we will see how we can help!

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"Sometimes when we fully submerge ourselves in our studies, our thriving social life and our plans for the future, we tend to forget the needs that exist in the world around us. The Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta gives us the chance to rediscover these needs. "

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