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By making a dues payment or donation to one of the funds listed below you are helping to ensure the traditions, values, and virtues of the Sigma Phi Society are continued for future generations.

Online donations are a quick and easy way to make a donation using a secure credit card transaction. You have the option to make an automatic recurring donation using your credit card.  To make an online donation please click on the link below that is associated with the fund(s) you want to support.

You can also mail a check or cash donation to:
Sigma Phi National Headquarters,
P.O. Box 57417
Tuscon, AZ 85732-7417 
Thank you for your support! 

100 Man Campaign » Donate Online

Participate in the 100 man campaign!

Sigma Phi Society - Dues and general fund » Donate Online

If you wish to make a dues payment then this is the right avenue! Donations to this fund offer the most flexibility to Sigma Phi and cover programming of all kinds, as well as the general operating expenses of the Society. Donations to this fund are not tax deductible.

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Sigma Phi Educational Foundation » Donate Online

The Sigma Phi Educational Foundation provides financing for educational programming. The Foundation funds numerous academic achievement awards, speaker programs, direct faculty interactions with the undergraduate chapters, and in 2015 funded the implementation of sexual assault prevention and bystander intervention training for all undergraduate members. As an educational foundation under IRC Code Sec. 501(c)(3), contributions to the Sigma Phi Educational Foundation are tax deductible.

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Thorsen House Restoration Fund » Donate Online

The Thorsen House Restoration Fund is dedicated to preserving the Sigma Phi chapter house at the University of California - Berkeley. The house, designed by architects Greene and Greene, is a national historic landmark. A special ruling from the IRS allows donations for restoration of the house to be tax deductible through the Sigma Phi Educational Foundation.

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