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Why Bell?

The Thomas Cowan Bell Chapter Challenge sponsorship program allows alumni brothers to invest in the future of their chapter through enhanced leadership and scholarship benefits for our undergraduate members. Through your unrestricted tax-deductible charitable contribution, you can support your home chapter, the international organization and directly benefit the current and future undergraduates of your chapter.

Benefits

Each chapter that reaches the goal for this level will receive the following benefits each year (annual campaigns receive these one-time, endowments receive the benefits every year after reaching the goal):

To support this worthy cause, please donate using the link above. If you would like to make a gift of stock, bequest or other assets, please direct your correspondence to your regional development professional.

 
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Thomas Cowan Bell Chapter Recognition
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Sigma Chi Foundation scholarships awarded to members of the chapter since 2001.
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Chapter Update

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The spring of 2023 proved to be the best one yet for our chapter. We brought home the IFC Philanthropy Award, and won both the softball and volleyball intramural championships. We are now the most followed fraternity at South Alabama on Instagram. Finally, we initiated 29 new pledges, the largest pledge class in our chapter's history.

~Cade Nicholas Meyers, South Alabama 2021
From the Winter 2023 issue of The Magazine of Sigma Chi

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Wes Holtsclaw
East Tennesee 2012

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