The ACB is doing all we can to help our brothers. We've committed to assisting new members with their financial commitments and to help the chapter immortalize its legacy by supporting the purchase of composites.
Located at Dickinson College, the Theta Lambda Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi has set the local standard for fraternities and sororities for nearly 30 years.
The young men who make up the chapter do all they can to embody the mantra of our national organization: "Better Men, Better Lives." They do so through rigorous standards of academic excellence, unrelenting commitments to local and national philanthropies, and a deep resolve to create a life-long brotherhood.
In order to help keep the brothers on campus focused on bettering themselves and their community, the Alumni Corporation Board of the chapter plans to help offset the costs of running the chapter in any way that we can. We will be helping new members with their financial commitments to our national organization and immortalizing the hard work of our brothers by purchasing their composite photographs this year.
The dues and fees paid by each brother when they join the fraternity are some of the first of many contributions they will make to Delta Sigma Phi. As alumni, we believe it is important that our newest and youngest brothers begin their financial relationship with our national organization with their best foot forward. Therefore, we have committed to paying a portion of the first year's payments for these young men.
Additionally, each year, the Theta Lambda Chapter turns over a unique page in the history of our organization. An entire class inevitably graduates, and new members begin their journey towards becoming better men. It is critical for the legacy of our Chapter to remember the contributions made by each successive generation of Delta Sigs. Composite photographs help us do just that. By supporting the Chapter in their purchase, we guarantee that future brothers can look back at past composites, ask questions, and learn of the sincerity of our purpose.
Because we are a 501(c)(7) non-profit organization, all contributions are regrettably not tax-deductible.
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