While we support many national and local philanthropic efforts, our main goal of our philanthropy is to work with homelessness and find ways to help those experiencing homelessness.
The House That Theta Phi Alpha Built
This cause is meant to help raise awareness and ease the plight of the homeless in our individual communities. Through this cause we've supported House of Hope (a local women's shelter) especially in an annual donation drive. We are also building relationships with other community homeless shelters, such as St. John's Homeless Shelter, and food banks, such as Paul's Pantry, through volunteer work.
Glenmary Home Missioners
Glenmary is based in the Appalachian region of the United States, and this organization helps to provide resources and assist in medical care, job training, and educational effort. We have done fundraisers and collected items for Camp Friendship. Camp Friendship is a summer camp for disadvantaged children that is held every summer.
CASA of Brown County
CASA of Brown County is a non-profit organization that recruits, screens, and trains everyday citizens from the community to be the voices of abused and neglected children in the courtroom, seeking to ensure them safe and permanent homes. Each holiday season, Theta Phi Alpha collects toys to donate to this organization in order to provide gifts for children in need.
Paul's Pantry was started as a result of a need to care for hungry people in the Green Bay community who are unable to purchase enough food for their family as a result of their meager or no incomes. At least once a semester, the ladies of Theta Phi Alpha volunteer at Paul's Pantry to help support those in need in our community.
We have adopted a stretch of highway on Ashland Ave that we clean two times a year. The highway has been in our name for several years (even before our Chapter became National) and we continue to support the cause.