Pi-Sigma Has Day Named After Them!

The mayor of Salisbury, Maryland, Mr. Jake Day, has proclaimed November 28th as “Kappa Sigma Day”. Mayor Day was extremely proud of the Pi-Sigma Chapter at Salisbury University for its efforts in helping to maintain the Salisbury Zoo after multiple tropical storms and record rainfall struck the area in September and October. The zoo had…

Military Heroes Campaign Presents $40,000 to Veterans Moving Forward

On Saturday, November 5, Worthy Grand Master Derek Marchman attended Cocktails with Canines –  an annual event hosted by Veterans Moving Forward where they share stories of the veterans they serve, the dogs they train, and the volunteers who make it all possible. Veterans Moving Forward is an organization that trains canine therapy and assistance dogs, and…

Xi-Beta Hosts Military Heroes 5k

The Kappa Sigma Fraternity’s Xi-Beta chapter at Northeastern University held its fourth annual Military Heroes 5K along the Charles River Esplanade on Saturday, October 15. Four years ago, the Chapter established the event in hopes of further assisting Kappa Sigma’s principal philanthropy program, the Military Heroes Campaign. Each fall, Xi-Beta invites affiliates of Northeastern and…

Kappa Sigma Campus First Responder Day

Today we reflect on those tragic events that took place 15 years ago. In remembering the lives we lost, we also honor those first responders that valiantly fought to save them. These heroes fight everyday to protect our communities and that is why we have established 9/11 as Kappa Sigma First Responders Day. Today, Kappa…

Military Heroes Campaign Presents $50,000 Grant to SEAL Legacy Foundation

Kappa Sigma Fraternity’s Military Heroes Campaign recently presented a $50,000 grant to the SEAL Legacy Foundation. The check presentation was held during the SEAL Legacy Foundation’s Warrior Open in Danvers, Massachusetts on the evening of August 21st 2016.  In attendance from Kappa Sigma were Worthy Grand Procurator Toby Taylor, Worthy Grand Master of Ceremonies Justin…

A Greater Cause Foundation Grants Embrace $35,000 Through Military Heroes Campaign

The Kappa Sigma Fraternity’s A Greater Cause Foundation has recently provided Embrace with a $35,000 grant through the Military Heroes Campaign to support the Healing Our Heroes’ Homes program. The program utilizes volunteer contractors and college student volunteers to remodel the homes of disabled veteran homeowners. Created in 2007, the Military Heroes Campaign honors and…