I know this is not on forum topic, but thought I would get the most reach posting in football. My fraternity at Iowa State is helping raise funds for the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings. Our goal is $2,000, but we still have some work to do. We would appreciate any help we could get to help support the families of this terrible tragedy. Take a minute or two during the holiday season to give back to those who need it. Click the link for more information about helping out those affected during this terrible tragedy. Thanks again.
That is actually me, who is organizing the fundraiser for my fraternity. Although it says I am the beneficiary, proceeds will go straight to Sandy Hook Shooting Fund. Sorry for the confusion.
Would consider if there was way to verify legit effort versus what my fear this may be.
As far as depth goes though, the combination of White, Woodbury, Olaseni, Basabe, and Uthoff is much better than Niang, Ejim, Edozie, Gibson. Not because of the top 2, but because of the next 2 or 3. -DeanVogs
This is a fundraiser Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity has set up in order to try to help do our part in supporting those affected by this terrible tragedy. This fund will send 100% of the proceeds (minus a small processing fee from GiveForward.com) raised to assist the families. I will be happy to give you my contact information if you have any questions regarding this fundraiser or any concerns you may have. Thanks.
Have you considered seeing if the Interfraternity council would reach out to other fraternities. I was very involved there and I would guess that the pr guys would eat up supporting an effort like this.
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