There are several other programs funded through Pi Beta Phi Foundation that need the support of Pi Beta Phi alumnae. Whether you’re interested in preserving the history and heritage of Pi Phi or helping pave the way for the next generation of Pi Beta Phi alumnae, there’s an opportunity for you to help ensure the future of Pi Beta Phi.
Pi Phi's philanthropic legacy of the past 100 years is unparalled among fraternal organizations. In celebration, Pi Beta Phi dedicated a Centennial Plaza to commemorate Pi Beta Phi's legacy of literacy at the Centennial Celebration in Gatlinburg, Tennessee on November 3, 2012. Click here to learn more about the project and to make a donation.
Arrow in the Arctic
Although also part of The Literacy Fund, Pi Beta Phi Foundation does have a specific fund for Arrow in the Arctic, should you choose to designate your gift to Pi Beta Phi’s unique philanthropy that takes literacy into the Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories of Canada.
An Educational Area Grant Program (EAGP)agreement is a partnership between Pi Beta Phi Foundation and a Chapter House Corporation undertaking a significant renovation or building project that allows alumnae to make tax-deductible contributions in support of their capital campaign.
The Holt House Fund provides for the operations and maintenance of the founding home of Pi Phi in Monmouth, Illinois.
The Arrowmont Fund provides support for Arrowmont® School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Grants from this fund support capital improvements to buildings owned by Pi Beta Phi, as well as special projects.