Sig Tau’s future leaders are in your hands. There are many ways to celebrate and show your support of Sigma Tau Gamma. Explore and celebrate ways to make a difference.
Memorial and Honor Gifts
A memorial gift or a gift in honor of a brother is an appropriate way to recognize a special Sig Tau, while at the same time making an impact on our brotherhood.
After a contribution is made in memory or in honor, an acknowledgement letter will be sent to the person(s) you designate and a tax receipt will be sent to you. We do not specify the amount of the donation unless you request it.
As with any contribution, memorial and honor donations to the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation are fully tax-deductible as provided by law.
Sigma Tau Gamma’s Founder’s Day Challenge is a giving campaign that encourages Sig Tau brothers, staff, parents, and friends to come together to celebrate and support the Fraternity.
What is the challenge?
The challenge is for 500 donors to invest in Sigma Tau Gamma on Founder’s Day. All gifts, regardless of designation, will count toward the Challenge. If you’ve already made a gift this fiscal year, please consider an additional gift of any size to help us meet the Challenge!
Thank you to the donors who gave May 1-June 30 in the Founders Day Challenge. Browse the full list of Founders Day Challenge Donors.
Dent “Man of the Year”
The Dent “Man of the Year” is one of Sigma Tau Gamma’s most important programs, as it honors our best and highlights the undergraduate leaders who best exemplify the Principles of Sigma Tau Gamma. It is essential to grow this program to offer competitive, life-impacting award amounts. The Dent Award endowment currently provides $3,000 annually to award recipients, including:
- $1,000 honorarium to the Ellsworth C. Dent “Man of the Year”
- $500 each to nine additional finalists
Parents & Friends
Every year, Sig Tau parents, spouses, widows, and other friends of the Fraternity support the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation. It is an honor to be recognized by those who are not Sig Taus, but believe in Sig Tau’s mission to produce generations of noble men yet to come:
- Chapter Fund – Invest in a chapter. The money collected in the chapter’s fund stays within the chapter to promote scholarships or financial assistance to leadership programs.
- The Annual Fund – This is the general fund of the Foundation, which aids the Webb Academy, scholarship recognition, leadership consultants, and communication for the Fraternity.