Alpha Delta Phi: Car Smash
On Monday, November 14th, Alpha Delta Phi will be hosting another Car Smash on Kroeber Plaza. They will be charging students to smash a car with a sledgehammer. All proceeds will go t Firstbook. They will be hosting the event during Big Game Week, thus it only seems appropriate that the car will be RED. Go BEARS! They hope to give people a good chance to burn off some stress over classes, root on the bears, and support a good cause.
Triangle Fraternity: Food and Clothes Drive
Do you have food you’ll never eat, or clothes you wear once a month? Let the Triangle gentlemen bring them to those who can really use them. They’ll be sending a car around the Greek houses on Saturday, November 12th, before the game against OSU; if you have any nonperishable food items , clothes (especially jackets and warm clothes), or hygiene products that are taking up space, let the gentlemen of Triangle Fraternity bring them to the Suitcase Clinic so that they can be distributed to those in need. If you are interested, please email Dylan Fox at email@example.com or call/text him at 323 533 9077 so he can schedule a stop at your fraternity/sorority house.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Cookie Festival
Thursday, November 17 from 6-8 PM at AOII (2311 Prospect Street). Come celebrate the start of the holiday season with Ice-Cream Cookie Sandwiches & your choice of hot cocoa or apple cider! Featuring entertainment by the Men’s Octet and DJ Miggy. All proceeds go to the Arthritis Foundation! Presale tickets will be $4 and at-the-door will be $5.
AEPi is putting on a family feud-style philanthropy event on November 9 at 8 PM in 2050 VLSB called “Cal Greek Family Feud”. All proceeds are benefiting Save a Child’s Heart, an international humanitarian project, whose mission is to improve the quality of pediatric cardiac care for children from developing countries who suffer from heart disease and to create centers of competence in these countries. Save a Child’s Heart is totally dedicated to the idea that every child deserves the best medical treatment available, regardless of the child’s nationality, religion, color, gender or financial situation. Tickets are $7 at the door. All are welcome to come!