363 Campaign: Father's Heart Ministries

On February 23, 2013, The Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma Chi held another successful Philanthropic Event along side Father’s Heart Ministries, With the help of the Brothers of Phi Sigma Chi and other organizations the ministry fed and serviced over 300 individuals. On the streets of New York many of these individuals that were served…

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Toys for Tots Phi Sigma Chi Edition

The Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma Chi continues to give back to New York City College of Technology where Chapter leaders like Vice President Sylwester Dombrowski help to continue our long and storied tradition of Community Service. The fraternity has volunteers with various groups on campus which includes Student Government Association, NYPIG, City Tech Children…

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Beautiphication Project @ High Bridge Park

On August 25, 2012 The Brothers of Phi Sigma Chi multicultural fraternity inc. patnered with New York Restoration Project on a Beuatification project at Highrbridge park. Seventeen years ago, New York City Restoration Project began its run as a non-profit organization with the main purpose of revamping and rebuilding neglected neighborhood parks in economically disadvantaged…

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Beautiphication Project @ Prospect Park (Lake Clean Up)

The Beautiphication Project is our volunteer program created to assist in community development. The goal is to transform community member’s outlook on life partially by changing the outlook on their communities. Through this program we volunteer our time to renovate parks, playgrounds, community gardens, and more. Communities deserve more, and that?s what we try to…

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The Daily Bread Tour

Since the early 1980s, hunger in New York City has become unbearably severe. Religious organizations and charitable agencies have long served their neighborhoods in relative isolation; despite the heroic efforts of these groups, their approach has inherent limitations. Many have begun to realize that soup kitchens here and there can relieve, but not end, the…

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The Daily Bread Tour

Since the early 1980s, hunger in New York City has become unbearably severe. Religious organizations and charitable agencies have long served their neighborhoods in relative isolation; despite the heroic efforts of these groups, their approach has inherent limitations. Many have begun to realize that soup kitchens here and there can relieve, but not end, the…

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