PHILANTHROPY

 

The San Jose Chapter of Delta Upsilon would like to introduce our fundraiser to raise money to get toys that will donated to local foster care centers in the Inland Empire this holiday season. As of right now there are two organization that will be receiving these donations. The first is the Alliance Human Services group and the second is David & Margaret Youth and Family Services. Our goal is to help out families and children that have been affected by Covid-19 and are working with financial constraints as the brothers of San Jose Chapter of Delta Upsilon want to make the holidays the happiest time of the year for as many families as possible. Every $10 raised equals a toy for a child.




All donations will be accepted through Venmo (a service of PayPal) to the organizer of this philanthropy 

@Alec-Sarrail



 

From now until Christmas Eve, we are accepting donations of new and lightly used winter clothing that will be donated to the unhoused population of Downtown San Jose. This service opportunity is intending to allow the unhoused a fighting chance against the cold this winter. With COVID-19 still ravaging our community we ask that all donations be mailed to our chapter facility, the address located bellow and on the Contact Us page.

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Give back this winter and make a difference in our Community.


 

Global Service Initiative

 

Part philanthropy, part service, GSI builds global communities and better men. This service is organized by our International headquarters and sends men from each Delta Upsilon chapter around the country to Jamaica for a week long service opportunity. Our volunteers construct homes, schooling facilities and public spaces for the people of Jamaica, offering a great chance for our members to become global citizens.

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Regional Philanthropy

 
We at the San Jose Chapter of Delta Upsilon make it a goal to give back to our community as often as we can. Regional philanthropy is a huge
focus of our efforts, participating or facilitating at least one fundraiser every semester. Our most recent projects include a blanket drive that raised over $1800 dollars in blankets for the unhoused. 
 

Our brotherhood may be separated by great distances this year due to COVID-19 restriction, but our sentiment of helping those in need follows us everywhere.