The elder organization of the Kappa Chapter of Zeta Psi at Tufts is asking for the support of alumni. If we don’t raise at least $20,000, we will lose the chapter house.
The Kappa Chapter was the first fraternity at Tufts. Our best memories of Tufts and closest friendships are the direct result of Zeta Psi, and we know the same is true for each of you. However, if you don’t act now, the next generation of Tufts students will not have the opportunity to be part of such a great organization because the Kappa Chapter will cease to exist.
The university has suspended the Kappa Chapter, cutting off the elder organization’s primary source of revenue (rent). The undergraduates are eligible to return in the fall of 2018. However, we estimate our cash reserves will run out by this summer.
Major ongoing costs include property taxes, utilities and repairs/maintenance. After covering ongoing costs, all donations will go to making durable improvements to the house (e.g. refinishing floors, updating bathroom fixtures and remodeling common spaces and individual rooms).
The elder organization is committed to ensuring that the Kappa Chapter remains a prominent member of the Tufts’ diverse community. Please donate now and donate generously. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to Byron Crowe, the elder organization’s president, at email@example.com.
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