All Grant amounts are subject to change annually.

The Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation offers grants for Chapter specific projects:

Chapter Grants

Chapter Libraries

On a matching basis, the Foundation will reimburse any Resident Chapter meeting certain requirements. Cost must be directly associated with the establishment or improvement of a Chapter’s library facilities. Upon proper documentation, the Chapter can apply for reimbursement up to $500 per calendar year.

1. Purchasing a new bookshelf for campus books
2. Purchasing text book(s) for every member to access (can be digital!)
3. Purchasing a new projector for the Chapter’s study room
4. Purchasing a new printer for the Chapter’s library
5. Purchasing new furniture for the Chapter’s study room / library
Your name
Contact
If approved, please provide address where the check should be mailed
Please provide a brief description of how the money was spent and what it was used for:
Amount Requesting for Reimbursement (Reminder - AXPEF will reimburse half of your expenditures, up to $500):
Please provide a copy of the itemized receipt from the service (if possible please make the receipt out to the Chapter):

College Libraries

When a Chapter’s grade point average (GPA) exceeds the All Men’s GPA for an academic year, the college library will be presented with a check for $100; for two consecutive years, a check for $200; for three or more consecutive years, a check for $300.

Community Programs

On an annual basis, up to $500 will be paid to those Resident Chapters that program and operate plans of assistance in education to their communities. Payment is made for expenses incurred by the Chapter after proper certification is made to the Foundation by the National Office.

1. Formal pageant event to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
2. Providing expenses from helping improve a local school
3. Hosting a pig roast and proceeds from the tickets go towards Habitat for Humanity
4. A Crows Camp Out for Habitat for Humanity. During the Camp Out the Chapter hosts small fundraiser events
5. Hosting a Greek Jeopardy Event and proceeds from the registration fee go towards the American Cancer Society
6. Hosting a “Puppies and Pies” fundraiser in which Brothers hosted an adoption drive and sold pizza
7. Hosting a Camp Crow event for a week. During the week small events are held to spread awareness and fundraise
8. Purchasing ribbons to give away and raise awareness for Autism Society of America
9. Purchasing shirts for a local 5k which benefits a local community organization
10. “Alpha Churrho” in which the Chapter sells churros on campus
11. Purchasing shirts for a major campus event such as a Dance-A-Thon
12. Hosting a car smash and using proceeds from the tickets for the American Cancer Society
Your Contact Information
If approved, please provide address where the check should be mailed
Please provide a brief description of the event (who it benefited, what, when, where):
Photo(s) of Event:

Letter from Charity/Organization stating either dollars raised or hours worked:
Itemized Receipt of Purchase(s):





Health and Safety Education Grant

A new “Health & Safety” grant focusing on the health and safety of our Brothers in the larger campus community has been added to the grant list.  These grants in the amount of $250 paid annually, are available to all AXP Chapters. The “Health & Safety” grant assists Chapters with educational expenses relative to members’ health, safety and well-being in the larger college and campus community, as they transition to campus life, remote or not.  For example, monies could be utilized to pay for PPE supplies like hand sanitizer, face masks, and educational signs, materials or speakers.  Note:  Since this is a new grant, we invite your ideas and/or requests for other items that meet our criteria and focus on health, safety and education. All requests will be considered.  Contact the Educational Foundation for questions and/or pre-approval of your idea, then complete the form with proof of payments for reimbursement up to $250.
 
The form is a combination of the community and educational programs grants and should ask for the following:
  • Brief description of the event (who it benefited, what, when, where)
  • Photo(s) of the event (attachments)
  • Letter/certification from school (Greek Advisor, Director of Student Activities, Dean of Students, etc.) certifying that event took place and if it was successful (attachments)
  • Itemized receipt of expenses/purchase(s).  (attachments)  Note: Expenses may include programming fees, facilities, equipment, and materials for the undergraduate members as well as speakers and staff to facilitate the instruction or training purposes to improve or develop their capabilities through group interaction and individual study.

1.  Purchasing cleaning supplies for the Chapter house/apartment including hand sanitizer carriers for each Brother

2. Purchasing custom made Alpha Chi Rho masks for each member

Your Contact Information
If approved, please provide address where the check should be mailed
Please provide a brief description of the purchase(s) (who it benefited, what, when, where):
Itemized Receipt of Purchase(s):





Educational Speakers

The Educational Foundation will pay for speakers sponsored by the Chapter to address educational issues on the college campus. There is a $500 annual limit per Chapter. For information on this program, contact the Educational Foundation Office.

1. A speaker addressing autism awareness
2. A speaker addressing sexual assault on college campuses
3. A speaker addressing hazing and preventing hazing
4. A speaker addressing homelessness and how to address it
5. A speaker addressing mental health awareness
6. A speaker addressing sexual / gender identity and acceptance
Your name
Your Contact Information
School Advisor's Contact Information
If approved, please provide address where the check should be mailed
Please provide a description of the event (Who, What, When, Where):
Copies of Propaganda/advertising listing the speaker and AXP as a sponsor
Certification from school (Greek Advisor, Director of Student Activities, Dean of Students, etc.) certifying that event took place and if it was successful
Bill from School OR Copy of Contract with Speaker

Honor Society Grants

Initiation fees in college educational honor societies will be awarded.  A copy of proof of payment must be submitted to the Educational Foundation office, along with documentation from the honor society verifying initiation. Postulants can receive reimbursement for Honor Society Dues, and the reimbursement can be used to offset payment on the individual’s National Initiation Fee.

All members have received reimbursement of their initiation fees when joining these organizations.

1. The National Society of Collegiate Scholars
2. Sigma Alpha Phi The National Society of Leadership and Success
3. Mu Kappa Tau Honor Society
4. Phi Alpha Theta
5. Order of Omega
6. Upsilon Pi Epsilon
7. Phi Alpha Theta History Honors Society
8. Omicron Phi Kappa
9. Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honors Society
10. Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society
11. Golden Key International Honor Society
12. International Honor Society of Pi Tau Sigma
13. Delta Sigma Pi
14. Phi Beta Kappa
15. Gamma Sigma Alpha
16. Tau Beta Pi
17. Motorboard Honor Society
18. Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society
19. Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honor Society
20. Psi Chi Society
Your name
Contact
If approved, please provide address where the check should be mailed
Name and website of Honor Society:
Initiation Fee Amount and Date of Payment:
Additional documents (Proof of payment)
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