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R.B. Stewart Day of Giving (3/31/2020)

Donate now to subsidize grants and loans for our collegiate men during this time of uncertainty

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You are helping your Brothers in need

During this time of uncertainty in the world, it is comforting to know that you value the Fraternity experience and are truly a man of word and deed. It is times like this that Brothers come together as one fraternity to support and take care of each other.
Because of you, the Foundation can continue to fund online educational learning and virtual coaching for our undergraduate men as they complete the Spring semester remotely. Because of you, we can increase the financial assistance we provide our men through grants and low-interest loans. Because of you, we can show our young men the true meaning of Brotherhood.


March 31st would have been R.B. Stewart’s 124th Birthday. He was an Alpha Chi Rho fraternity man and a Father of the GI Bill, which provided assistance to veterans after WWII and revolutionized higher education. YOU can help celebrate his legacy by giving back in his memory and providing educational support to our men.

We are unsure how this health pandemic will affect our Brothers and their families financially, but know that you are helping the Foundation prepare to assist where funds are most needed - scholarships, grants and loans for our students.


LIVE BROADCAST ALERT: TUESDAY MARCH 31ST @ 12 NOON EDT: https://zoom.us/j/7554255281


Alpha Chi Rho National Headquarters is dedicated to the memory of Robert Bruce (RB) Stewart, Phi Omicron (Wisconsin 1923). R.B. believed that we should be "giving to the National Fraternity so that the strength of the Fraternity will be fed back to the Chapters." A strong National organization and Foundation will allow much needed oversight, resources, education, training and skill development that make Alpha Chi Rho relevant and true to our promise of not only cultivating Men of Word and Deed, but building better men in society today.