Philanthropy and Service

From the very beginning, Alpha Epsilon Phi has been committed to philanthropic service.  In the early years, AEPhi focused on providing aid to Jewish war sufferers, scholarships for those in need and support of educational endeavors.  As the years went on, AEPhi introduced national philanthropies that allowed for hands-on community service, allowing members the ability to not only raise funds, but to volunteer and give of themselves. 

Through the years, national philanthropic and community service projects have included support of dental clinics, traveling libraries for Arkansas, scholarships for refugees students, the donation of an ambulance to the U.S. Army during World War II, Project Arrow and Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer, Israel.

Today, Alpha Epsilon Phi members are active in a wide range of community service and philanthropic activities. Through thousands of service hours and fundraising efforts that benefit AEPhi’s two official philanthropies Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Sharsheret and many other local and national charities, AEPhis demonstrate that they are “dedicated to selfless service and inspiring others.”