Founders Day Challenge


In the spirit of Sigma Tau Gamma’s founding in 1920, the Founders Day Challenge will offer 99 days for brothers to celebrate and give back to Sig Tau. The Founders Day Challenge starts on Saturday, March 23 and will run 
through June 30, 2019.

Our goal for Sig Tau alumni, undergrads, parents, and friends is to raise $99,000 in honor of the 99th anniversary of our founding in 1920. Gifts made in celebration of the Founders Day Challenge will directly impact current and future members.

Make a Gift

Our goal for Sig Tau supporters to raise $99,000 will directly impact our undergraduate members. The Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation supports the Fraternity’s vision to Build Noble Generations of Men. With your gift during the Founders Day Challenge, you nurture the next generation of leadership, help those in need, and honor our brotherhood.

Why Give?

Give to support learning and leadership.
Give to honor our brotherhood.
Give to ensure the future of Sig Tau.

Become an Ambassador

We need your help! People are most likely to support the Founders Day Challenge when asked by a peer or friend. Sign up to be a Founders Day Challenge Giving Ambassador and receive exclusive resources to share your Sig Tau pride and encourage others to get involved in the challenge.

Start a Challenge

As a Founders Day Challenge Giving Ambassador, you also have the opportunity to create a giving challenge to support an area of interest to you. Create a challenge in celebration of your associate class, your chapter, or in honor of a Sig Tau that has inspired you.

Show your pride and encourage your friends and family to support your challenge. Whether it’s making higher education possible or inspiring transformational leadership development, your gift makes a difference in your community, across the country and around the world.

From annual gifts making an immediate impact to endowed funds lasting for generations, every gift to the Sig Tau Foundation ensures the programs will be available for the next 99 years of our brotherhood.