The Alpha Phi Chapter of Sigma Kappa is thrilled to be a part of the University of Oregon’s Greek community. Community service and philanthropic projects are among several of the founding principles of Sigma Kappa, and since Alpha Phi chapter’s recolonization, we have formed many connections with organizations on and off campus.
In the fall of 2016 we participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's, and were able to work with the community and raise money for the Alzheimer's Association to support research in the hope of finding a cure. In February we had our first ever Sigma Katwalk which also raised money for the Alzheimer's Association. The Katwalk was a pageant of sorts where groups competed in several aspects such as a performance, trivia, and costumes based on a movie, musical, or show.
This last spring, Sigma Kappa held a weeklong Ultra Violet Campaign featuring "Sigma Kappatizers" and the return of "Kapture the Flag". Our Ultra Violet Campaign events encouraged both Greek and non-affiliated students to participate in helping support funds for each of our philanthropies. For pictures from the "Sigma Kappatizers" photobooth, visit: Sigma Kappa Ultra Violet Week
To donate to this year's Walk to End Alzheimer's, visit the Sigma Kappa Alpha Phi team page.