The purpose of the Beta Theta Pi Foundation is to advance the educational mission and goals of Beta Theta Pi toward the vision of the Fraternity.
The Beta Theta Pi Foundation
Our Guide to Giving is located here, and below are the Foundation’s main responsibilities.
Cultivate lifelong friendships with Betas, parents and Friends of Beta.
Solicit Betas and friends for cash, stock, endowment and estate gifts.
Fund leadership & educational grants for Men of Principle programs and resources.
Provide gift stewardship by demonstrating the direct impact on Beta’s mission.
Recognize Beta alumni for personal, professional and fraternal achievements.
Oversee investment strategies of the Foundation’s financial portfolio.
Recruit foundation volunteers to serve as ongoing fundraising advocates.
Plan and execute capital campaigns that advance the Fraternity’s mission.
Provide administrative support to local chapters engaging in fundraising activities.
One does not have to be rich to make an impact through the Beta Foundation. Support from many Betas and friends over time is what is funding the leadership programs that are building future leaders for our Fraternity and our world.Thom Singer, San Diego State ’89
The Beta family is a far-reaching entity that comes with a commitment to (and joy of) assisting others throughout life. The Beta Leadership Fund played a critical role in helping me attend the Wooden Institute and Keystone, while also providing me with a Merit Scholarship for tuition. These tangible gifts aided in my growth as a man and as a leader, and I feel the urge to do my part to make many more undergraduate experiences as rich as mine.Chris Millett, Louisville ’13
The Beta Family consists of undergraduates, alumni, parents and friends who embrace and support the mission, vision, and core values of the Fraternity. The young men in the Beta Family deserve our support in their endeavor to live principled lives, as our countries and world cry out for the types of leaders we are shaping. This is why I continue to support the Beta Foundation each year.Dr. Tom Purinton, Kansas State ’63