Whatever you do on Princeton's campus, you are sure to meet a Pi Beta Phi woman there. Involved in a number of ways on campus inside and out the classroom, we are proud to say that Pi Phi has many athletes, dancers and artists, entreprenaurs, and more.
Further, Pi Phi frequently participates in philanthropy and service events, both on and off campus. Below are just some of the many ways Pi Phi members have, and continue, to exhibit servant leadership in their communities.
- Princeton Public Library: The New Jersey Alpha chapter is excited to announce a new partnership with the Princeton Public Library to promote childhood literacy in the greater Princeton community.
- Fashion Speaks: Many Pi Phis participate in Fashion Speaks, a fashion show benefit event that supports Eden Autism. Eden Autism is a local foundation that provides educational opportunities, job training, and other resources for individuals along the autism spectrum. In 2019, Fashion Speaks, spearheaded by sisters Isabelle Chandler '18 and Emma Rafter '18, yielded a $30,000 donation for Eden.
- Fashion Speaks 2020 will take place on Saturday, April 25.
- Fundraiser for Australian Red Cross: In response to the devasting Australia wildfires, Pi Phi organized a donations campaign inspired by sister Annie Anezakis '18 to the Australian Red Cross's Disaster and Recovery Relief fund. In 24 hours over social media, Pi Phi was able to donate over $875.
We believe that 2020 will be an exciting year for campus involvement, service, and philanthropy for Princeton Pi Phi. Check back here and follow us on social media for updates!