Pi Kappa Phi

Indiana University

Philanthropy

About Our Philanthropy

Pi Kappa Phi founded the organization Push America in 1977. Its purpose is to promote leadership through service of people with disabilities. The organization focuses on three main areas: disability awareness, fundraising, and volunteerism. The philanthropy has similar ideals to Pi Kapps in that they value abilities, teamwork, empathy, and integrity.

The Organization

The purpose of Push America is to change the way society views both people with disabilities and fraternities. Push America is a nonprofit organization founded in 1977. It is the national philanthropy of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity with the purpose of enhancing the quality of life for those with disabilities.

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Contributions and Donations

Push America’s vision is to change the way society views people with disabilities. Push America provides grants to about 200 organizations serving people with disabilities representing communities in 41 states. Financial support will provide programming and resource opportunities for hundreds of communities across the country for years to come. In addition, Push America provides service learning opportunities involving hands-on community building, fundraising and empathy-promoting activities between college-aged community leaders and the disability community who benefit from the social interaction. All of this happens because of the generosity of people like you.

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