Sigma Alpha Epsilon has a long history of serving the community, the nation, and even the world. Here at Yale University we, the brothers of the Connecticut Omega chapter, are proud to serve the New Haven community. Our philanthropy chairs are elected each semester to organize fraternity-wide philanthropic activities. As our central mission, we focus on the local problem of hunger and homelessness in New Haven. We partner with Habitat for Humanity, the Yale Hunger and Homeless Action Project, and the Downtown evening Soup Kitchen. The brotherhood has raised money for local hunger initiatives, built houses with Habitat for Humanity, and served dinner at local soup kitchens. In other initiatives, several brothers started this year off by running in the 20-kilometer Stratton Faxon New Haven Road Race, an annual event whose proceeds go to The Connecticut Children’ s Medical Center and The American Cancer Society. As brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon we recognize the value of goodwill and take pride in giving back to our great community.
If you think the brotherhood can contribute to your cause, please contact our philanthropy chairs. We are always looking for new projects, ideas, and ways to give back.