Sigma Kappa

Chapter Philanthropy

Chapter Philanthropy


The Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Each year, Epsilon Mu participates in the Columbia, MO Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Since 2013, Epsilon Mu has been the top fundraising Sigma Kappa team in the nation. We take pride in this accomplishment and strive to raise more money for this amazing cause each year. We love working with the Greater Missouri chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and look forward to the 2019 walk.


UltraViolet Week

Each spring, Epsilon Mu holds UltraViolet week as part of Sigma Kappa’s national Ultra Violet Campaign. UltraViolet week, or “UV Week” is a week of events benefitting the Sigma Kappa Foundation. The week starts out with profit shares at local restaurants leading up to our late night dinner, Sigma Kappatizers. From 10PM-2AM, students and community members can visit the Sigma Kappa house and get a variety of delicious appetizers for only $5. Later in the week we hold a 5 v 5 soccer tournament called the Sigma K Cup for fraternities, sororities, and other campus organizations to participate in. UV week is a fun way for Epsilon Mu to involve the Mizzou community in raising money for our various philanthropies. In 2017 we raised over $7500 for the Sigma Kappa Foundation during UV week!


Week of Giving

Each fall around Founder’s Day, every Sigma Kappa chapter in the country hosts a Week of Giving. At Epsilon Mu, we use this week as a way to say thank you to the people who make our collegiate experience what it is. We write thank you notes and deliver gifts to administrative staff, other greek chapters, and our amazing house staff to express our appreciation for all they do. We also give back by doing service projects involving our local nursing home, The Bluffs, and Inherit the Earth.




Mizzouthon is Mizzou's largest student-run philanthropy tha benefits the MU Women's and Children's Hospital. Mizzouthon hosts events and fundraises for the hospital all year long, ending each academic year with a 13.1 hour dance marathon. Sigma Kappa participates in Mizzouthon through Miracle Cup. Through this program, greek teams are awarded points for their involvement throughout the year. A team's involvement is measured by fundraising, attendance at various events and the team's enthusiasm at the Main Event. In 2019, Sigma Kappa was awarded 2nd Place in Miracle Cup.  


Our sisters do service in a variety of different ways. These include training adults with autism on technology, answering the Missouri Crisis Hotline, coaching special needs cheerleading teams, and more. Epsilon Mu sisters also donate blood each fall and spring at the Greek Week and Homecoming blood drives, participate in Caring for Columbia annually, and pick up trash around campus. We also have more than 30 sisters involved with Mizzou Alternative Breaks, the country’s largest alternative breaks program. Our sisters have participated in MAB trips with a variety of different service focuses, including children, education, homelessness & poverty, women’s advocacy, and more. Other sisters have gone on service trips with their churches, Cornell Leadership Program, and the annual Mizzou Greek Mission trip. We are so proud of our sisters who live out our value of service each and every day.