Philanthropy and Service

 Brothers enjoying some food and drinks at the first annual ATO Spikeball tournament on April 8, 2017.

Brothers enjoying some food and drinks at the first annual ATO Spikeball tournament on April 8, 2017.

 
 

Our fraternity is centered around not only brotherhood, but philanthropy, as well. Each semester we host new philanthropic events to raise money for charities that impact our community directly. 

Mental health is an important topic of discussion at William and Mary, as many of our community members have been affected in some way by mental health disorders or suicide. That is why this year, we will raise more for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

Our philanthropic events, including the Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk, have been extremely successful in years past. We are proud to announce in 2016 alone we collectively raised $12,500 to directly benefit charitable organizations.

Through service, we contribute greatly to not only the campus, but also the greater Williamsburg community. Our Service Chair, Carey Pillow, as well as everyone in our brotherhood, drives each other to engage in the community and participate in philanthropic events.