San Luis Obispo, CA (PRWEB) August 9, 2007
Winners of the FraternityLive.com 'Funny Greek' photo contest went above and beyond the challenge of showing their fraternal spirit. In true Greek fashion, Fraternity brothers at Phi Sigma Kappa from California's Polytechnic State University donated a portion of their prize money to the Special Olympics, helping to send athletes to the October 2007 games.
Fraternities sometimes get a 'party' reputation, and communities often forget the philanthropic efforts of local Fraternity and Sorority chapters. In fact, coordinating fundraising for charitable causes is a fundamental part of the Greek community, and a much-loved aspect of Fraternity life. FraternityLive originally hosted their 'Funny Greek Photo Contest' as a way of encouraging users of their private Greek network to show their spirit. "Phi Sigma Kappa responded with great enthusiasm in support of the Special Olympics," stated site executives. "We were happy to help a Fraternity give something back to the community, especially through a fun contest for a worthy cause."
FraternityLive and SororityLive regularly hold contests for their members, and have seen the popularity of these competitions grow as more users join the private online network. Phi Sigma Kappa's Fraternity brothers were thrilled at winning this most recent contest, and opted to donate half the prize money towards the Special Olympics team. FraternityLive hopes to further encourage philanthropic efforts in the Greek community, and plans to hold future contests for Fraternity and Sorority groups on their social network.
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