Anchor Games is an all-encompassing term used to refer to the fundraising events many Delta Gamma collegiate chapters host on campuses across North America. Funds from such events support the Delta Gamma Foundation's philanthropies.
Anchor Splash is hosted by more than 125 Delta Gamma collegiate chapters to raise awareness about visual impairments, while also raising funds for the Foundation. The event was started in 1966 by Beta Tau-Miami (Florida). This annual competitive swim meet for sororities, fraternities and campus organizations includes events ranging from the serious to the silly. Collegians compete in synchronized swimming, relay races and individual competition.
It's often hard to put into words the excitement of Anchor Splash, but we caught Zeta Rho-Ohio in action!
Anchor Run for the Blind is part of Delta Gamma's Service for Sight: Joining Forces program. A partnership with the United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA), this initiative allows an alumna to fundraise for the Delta Gamma Foundation and USABA, no matter where they live. All funds raised benefit veterans who are blind or visually impaired. Download this Anchor Run social media toolkit to let others know about your Anchor Run!
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The Chapter Giving Program is designed to recognize collegiate chapters and alumnae groups for their gifts to the Delta Gamma Foundation and for their gifts to local 501(c)(3) charities that reflect Delta Gamma's philanthropic mission of Service for Sight. See a list of our most recent grant recipients. There was an article on Chapter Giving in the winter 2016 issue of the ANCHORA - click here to read it.
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