During the first three hours of Pi a Pi Kapp on March 30, the fraternity has raised more than $200 for people with disabilities as part of the annual War of Roses competition.
The Purdue Pi Kappa Phi chapter, alongside the national fraternity’s outreach program, the Ability Experience, raises funds and awareness of those in need. The War of Roses is a three-week event that has already included sorority trivia contest and sheet sign competition. The Pie a Pi Kapp day allows passers-by as well as the 12 participating sororities to donate to the cause.
Sorority members are judged on the various competitions, participation and fund-raising during the War of Roses. Their primary contestant may become the 2021 Rose Queen of Pi Kappa Phi.
The three weeks of events comes to a culmination during a virtual talent show on April 7.
Today’s Pie a Pi Kapp event runs through 6 p.m. near the belltower in the center of the Purdue campus.
You can support the chapter’s fund-raising efforts at: