Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation

Established in 1966, the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation is its own distinct legal entity, considered a public charity (501c3) by the federal government and is separate from the Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity. The Foundation’s function as a charitable and educational foundation is the primary reason for its existence.

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Current Chapter President Reflects on his Noble Man Institute Experience

Matthew Dijamco, a Founding Father of the Zeta Lambda Associate Chapter at Nevada Reno has been actively involved in his chapter since he decided to join. The semester he joined, Sig Tau was expanding on campus, and the unique opportunity was something Matthew felt that he could not pass up. “Sig Tau interested me since […]

House of Delegates Takes Stand on Hard Alcohol

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 14, 2018 Media Contact: Greg Ward Director of Communications & SAGA Editor noblemen@sigtau.org INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – On Friday, June 29, 2018, the Fraternity’s Board of Directors, on behalf of the 48th House of Delegates, announced the passing of a new resolution aimed at enhancing the member experience and preserving the safety […]

Accept the Challenge, Build our Future

“I encourage other alumni, and even undergraduates, to keep giving to the Foundation. It helps chapters so much to have individuals who are so generous and giving.” – Carter Roustio, Missouri – St. Louis. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI – Carter Roustio, a 2017 initiate, is familiar with the generosity of the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation. As an […]

Impact Stats

  • $265k Raised in 2018
  • 932 Individual Donors
  • $226k Noble Man Annual Fund Goal
  • $80K Grants/Scholarships Awarded