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Zeta Zeta Philanthropy Events

Like others nationwide, every chapter is known for their unique philanthropy week events.  Each year, we have one philanthropy week per semester. Since our charter, zeta-zeta has put on our annual, spring semester "Cheesin' for the Children." We'll brie here again this year. Sounds Grate? Say Cheese!

Here, sisters and anyone from our SLU community are encouraged to enter their best Mac N' Cheese into our bake-off. Anyone is welcome to purchase a ticket to our event and be lucky enough to judge all the noodles. All proceeds go to our National Philanthropy, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. By sharing laughs as we make. split, and judge the chefs among us, Phi Mu hopes to bring those smiles to our miracle kids and their families all over the country.    

This year, zeta-zeta wanted to change things up during our fall semester philanthropy week. Our philanthropy chair at the time, Emily Irvine, wanted to increase engagement and participation on campus after COVID had been throwing a wrench in everyone's plans. 

For the first time ever, we held our "Bags for Birthdays" event in 2021. Here, Phi Mu's, their families, friends, and other FSL organizations on campus gathered and tossed their way to victory in our first annual Cornhole Tournament.  The winner from this year was a SLU senior in SLU's College of Arts and Sciences, He shared,

"The Baggo tournament was a total blast! The sorority ran a seamless event. Even though I'm graduating, I hope this becomes an annual event."